Doing Nothing Leads to the Very Best Something #Inspiration #ChristopherRobin

“Doing nothing often leads to the very best kind of something.” -Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin

I finally saw, Christopher Robin, a delightful movie about the grown up Christopher Robin who comes to realize what’s really important in life.

The inspiration of Winne-the-Pooh comes to the rescue again as the simple bear reminds us what is most important. He reminds us to love in the “now” and to be present to every moment today. Focus on your loved ones and the limited time we have as our children grow, as the years tick by, as our lives change so quickly.

“Isnโ€™t it funny how we can focus so much on the great future weโ€™re building that we forget to love our life right now? Your life is happening right in front of you.” -Evelyn Robin, Christopher Robin

Ewan McGregor in “Christopher Robin” / Walt Disney Pictures

8 comments

  1. Winnie the Pooh is the best! I absolutely love the encouragement to live in the moment-time passes so quickly. I cannot believe my son is almost thirty years old. It seems as if it were just yesterday he was a newborn. Fortunately, I spent as much time as possible with him when he was little and while I didn’t earn a whole lot of money back then, what I did earn is priceless-a strong bond with my child. Jason, cherish each moment with your children-it does go by very quickly.

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  2. I come from southern-most tip of India, Kerala is the name of my state. Kerala- the God’s own country. Any way, Winie the Pooh has been my favorite cartoon from childhood. I loved how you found inspiration in the simpleton bear.
    I also wanted to Thank you for consistently liking my posts. Those are my humble attempt at writing. I didn’t know how else to communicate to You. I’m not a very tech savvy person. Anyway God bless. Stay safe. Good day. Love from India.

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