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We all had a time where we were all at some point crazy about Disney characters and movies. Walt Disney has always filled up colors in the life of every kid who gets the opportunity to watch their magnificent and innocent work. If I remember my days as a child my mother always made me see Disney movies and cartoons which made me fond of them instantly, and it was not only me when I started school I knew that this magnificent work of art lives in hear of every single child. It’s not about business or ratings at this part of your life, you just focus on the message you are being delivered, and the message that these amazing movies delivered were of love, respect, friendship and true bonding. And now at this point in life, I feel like that soft side that I have is all because of the company that Disney provided me when I was a kid. Small acts of kindness make up your whole life; actually, it is not about fun and joy, at the end of the day you get to know that you have learned a lot than just fun, you have learned the difference between right and wrong. So, parents are a blessing who make our childhood beautiful with the help of these masters of imaginations.
At one point or the other in life, we stay connected to the stuff we had been related to in our childhood. For instance, the movies are not the only source of entertainment that one has after the movie ends, you have a hero to love and a villain to hate, a princess to have a crush on and future plans in your mind to save the world from evil flying over Washington. Our little dreams are often fulfilled to some extent at some point. The biggest wish that we have at that point is to live the life of your favorite character or just to meet him or her once in your life. You get birthday cakes having the face of your favorite character. You get lunch boxes and bottles with your favourite cast printed on them, your school bag shows that you are a celebrity the moment you walk into your school, having your bag on your shoulders and Batman trying to get out of it, writing with a pencil having a Superman sticker on it made you work harder than you ever wanted.
I have seen all my life that these Disney friends never leave you ever since you have laid your eyes on them. You always miss them, but you never say when you grow up; instead, you start fulfilling your fantasies through your siblings or kids who are in that stage of life in which you wanted all that. Here I’ll also make a mention of a funny incident in my life that made me believe that our childhood fantasies live with us to the very end. I visited my friend’s house last summer, and he had his bathroom covered with Disney cartoon character’s stickers, his bathroom felt like it was home to the seven dwarfs of the Snow-White movie, the best painting that he had was of Winnie the Pooh on his tankless water heater, not only the Pooh was amazingly painted but oh boy that heater also worked like a pro, I saw one of them featured on tankless.reviews.