That Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins Returns was the same witty, magical, assertive and lovable nanny to a bunch of beautiful children is not a topic of focus for this write-up. That Emily Blunt was absolutely fantastic as that superpower charmer, and completely blended into the nostalgic character isn’t either. But in the garb of the mystically charismatic world that this beautiful film takes us into, it also imparts us with some of the most useful life lessons to be nurtured for a life time. That I think is the biggest plus of this film – its a treasure trove of inspiration to live life in the most magically magnificent ways. Here are some of the best life lessons that the film leaves us with:
Everything is possible, even the impossible.
There’s nowhere to go, but up.
Nothing. Such a useful word, isn’t it? It can mean anything and everything.
Head up and feet beneath you.
There’s a different point of view awaiting you if you just look up.
After all, you can’t lose what you never lost.
A cover is not the book. So open it up and take a look.
Nothing is gone forever, only out of place.
For when you dream, you’ll find all that’s lost, is found.
You’re too focused on where you’ve been to pay attention to where you’re going.
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