My 10 'The Lion King' quotes I strive to live by -part 1
Updated: Jan 29
Inspirational Quotes are like pieces of puzzle, it's up to us to find out where it fits in our puzzle of life. Here are my 10 'The Lion King' quotes, I chose to make a part of my life. How do these quotes fit in your life and what meaning do they hold for you?
1. “Believe in yourself & there will come a day when others will have no choice but to believe with you.” – Mufasa
This is one quote that I turn to each time things get tough and doubts cloud my path. Self Belief, is what I have strived to cultivate over the years and I continue doing so each time I find myself wavering or doubting. More so, when I was creating my You Tube videos and social media posts, I chose the unconventional way of expressing what Disney jewelry meant to me. Even though, at times doubts came by like clouds.....I allowed them to pass away as a result of this life changing quote.
2. “You got to put your behind in your past.” – Pumbaa
This is one quote I have affirmed over and over, for I have for a long time lived in my past, recreating the same experiences over and over. This is one affirmation which has helped me stay in the present moment when I most needed. I strive to make it my mantra as I let my vision pull me into the future.
3. “Look within yourself Simba, you are much more than who you have become. You must take your place in the Circle of Life.” – Mufasa
With this quote, I often remind myself to look within by learning to ask the right questions knowing the answers will come to me at the right time. This is one quote that reminds me that I am so much more than who I have become, and that each life experience is but steering me towards my place in this Circle of Life.
4. “Change is good” – Rafiki
Change is good... change is inevitable. Every time I found myself doing the same things over and over, this is one quote that made me make that extra effort in order to step out of my comfort zone. Sometimes we don't realise, but change is all that we need!
5. “Hakuna Matata - Timon & Pumbaa
It means 'There are no troubles' and 'No worries'. Every time I found myself worrying about all my troubles in life, these two words became a sort of mantra, to get through the worries and instead focus on finding solutions. Hakuna Matata - would you make this your problem free philosophy?
What meaning do these quotes hold for you in your life? Share your reflections and introspective insights in the comments below.