Some movies are great, some are funny, and some are deep. Every now and then, a line spoken during a film hits close to home and is fitting for life in general. Here are the top 12 movie quotes than should be life mottos:
“It means no worries, for the rest of your days.” This is a movie for kids, yet this saying is great for life. Shrug things off, let stuff go, and don’t worry too much about anything.
This is similar to the previous. If you find yourself overthinking and overstressed about a situation, ask if it’s really worth all the damage.
When something is important, do everything in your power to take care of it. Get the job you want, ask your crush on a date, start exercising – do whatever it takes.
Money is not the goal of life. Figure out what’s your own personal form of treasure.
Connection with others is very important. Being completely alone too long isn’t healthy for anyone.
Find your passion in life. Find the activity that keeps you grounded, an activity that takes your mind off of the stressors in life.
Stand firm with what matters to you most, regardless of what everyone else says.
Pursue things that give you excitement and trust your gut. If you feel enjoyment, it’s probably not a fluke. Keep doing it.
Dreams are important, but we should never put our lives and happiness on hold while making dreams happen.
Just go for it – don’t think about statistics, probability, chances, etc. Do what feels right.
Holding onto hate in the heart only hurts, lingers, and festers throughout life. Let go of hate, to prevent suffering.
Odd logic, but we do tend to find people or opportunities when we are not looking for them.
Thank you for reading this post. Do you agree that these movie quotes make great life mottos? Have a great day. 🙂
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