Six Lessons From Finding Dory That I Came Away With. And You?

Finding Dory, the latest superhit Pixar movie has so much for us to takeaway! Sharing my lessons from Finding Dory.

I had the chance to watch the 3D animated movie – Finding Dory and I discovered that like every Pixar movie, there are some great takeaways from this movie too. The movie is a sequel of Finding Nemo and Ellen DeGeneres lends her voice to the blue fish-Dory. There are high chances of it becoming the biggest animated movie of all time.

For those of you who haven’t seen the first movie, Dory is a fish that suffers from short term memory loss. She wanders in the ocean, and in the bargain loses her parents. She grows up with a different species of fish Marlin and Nemo, with whom she becomes good friends and treats them like her own family.

Later the amnesiac fish embarks on a journey to find her parents, despite her disability. This movie is all about her adventurous journey, the challenges she faces and the manner in which she overpowers them – with consistent perseverance and the support of her friends who in turn are battling their own disabilities.

I found these to be interesting takeaways from Finding Dory.

Living with disability

In the movie, Dory is living each day with her disability. She can hardly remember things, and this can prove to be a real hindrance, living in the deep waters of the big wide ocean, that comprises of dangerous species of fish. It’s not easy to survive with a disability and this fact applies to human lives too.

The movie sends across a valuable message that though we may have disabilities, we can still make a success of our lives if we have the right attitude, just like Dory.

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Note: This Post was first published in Women’s Web

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