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Here is a collection of lessons I’ve learned from watching the Kung Fu Panda series. I have written this with the assumption that you have all seen the movies. If you haven’t, go get them (for free from your local library)!
1. Everyone has dreams.
Some people try to live them out, and some people don’t. Regardless, everyone has them. This is important to consider before judging another person or their current occupation. We are not defined by our jobs. Oftentimes, a person’s dreams and aspirations do not translate directly to a (modern) career. Sometimes they do. Po’s goose dad had a dream of making tofu once, but he never pursued it. He was held back by his fear of what other people would think of him. We are our own worst enemies. However, he is still cooking and using tofu, so he’s not too far from living his dream!
Mankind has long been fascinated with the process of death and the realm occupied by spirits of the dead. What better time for ancient peoples to contemplate the mystery of death than when they were essentially killing their plants during the harvest and hoping for a successful “rebirth” after the long, hard winter? After all, our modern idea of the grim reaper conjures up visions of a hooded skeleton carrying a sickle, the tool of the harvest.
The average stoner movie with its stereotypical character and plot is well and good and has its place, but it leaves some wanting more. When I smoke, I tend to appreciate a well thought out story line involving weed, or some kind of fantastical, mind-expanding, reality-bending adventure. This 4/20, when your friend suggests watching Harold and Kumar or Half-Baked, try one of these instead. Who knows, it may just become your next 4/20 classic.