Stuart Little. The name is enough to ring the bells of nostalgia within our hearts, isn’t it? The movie was able enthrall many people of every age group. It remains as one of the most loved, cute and light family shows. The animation gives the movie a real feel, but the major attraction is, the lessons it teaches.
It’s rather, a complete injustice if we go by the name “little”. Probably, because this little family has successfully taught us some “big” values. So, not wasting any time further, let’s ponder on some points and review and implemet them in our own lives.
The life of the “little” family take a turn when they decide to adopt a white mouse as their son. Ample amount of love showered on him, giving him equal importance. The movie beautifully shows that animals also deserve the same love as we humans do.
Stuart, the mouse is also shown to reciprocate the love to the new family, which definitely puts a positive mark.
The family is the backbone
Stuart, several times is heard reminding the value of family support. Be it the time when he went missing, his deep connectivity with the family helped him find the way back home.
Quite a number of instances were seen, where at the times of difficulties his family came to his recuse.
Family is never about sharing same blood
Who said that same face mean member of the same family?
Apparently, it is all about the mutual understanding, love, respect and care. Love means, devoid of the family background, language, colour or species you belong to.
So, keep away all the indifference created by the mortal human beings. Shouldn’t we encompass the spirit of love once and forever? Think about it!!
A cat and mouse!! BFFs???
The movie towards the end shows how a mouse and a cat, though enemies by nature, become lifelong friends.
Well, that’s the FAMILY effect fellas!! Why not learn from them, God has gifted us the human brain and supposedly a heart too. Use it??? Shall we??
Size doesn’t matter
Our little creature taught us strength doesn’t come from physical fitness, wit is what comes to rescue in the deadliest of the situations.
Remember, wherever you go, whatever best you may achieve, you must never forget the roots.The family who was there to support, love, care, and when nobody was there to trust. Perhaps, your family was and will always be your paradise.