My Favorite Pooh

Just try to stay a child as long as you can.
Don't force into adulthood. Don't force it, don't push it. Don't try to be cool and...
go to Disney, hang out, enjoy your youth, 'cause you'll be old for, I mean you know, just keep your innocence. Have some fun and really be yourself.
~ Michael Jackson ~

My favorite character of Walt Disney is Winnie the Pooh with his simple life - it's all about honey - lol..
And I just realize this very simple but full of wisdom scene on conversation between Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh..
It's about what a child wanna do, and it's about friendship...

"Children are loving, they don't gossip, they don't complain, they're just openhearted. They're ready for you. They don't judge. They don't see things by way of color. They're very child-like. That's the problem with adults: they lose that child-like quality." ~ Michael Jackson ~

Children show me in their playful smiles the divine in everyone. This simple goodness shines straight from their hearts. This has so much to teach. If a child wants chocolate ice cream, he just asks for it. Adults get tangled up in complications over whether to eat the ice cream or not. A child simply enjoys.

What we need to learn from children isn't childish. Being with them connects us to the deep wisdom of life, which is everpresent and only asks to be lived. Now, when the world is so confused and its problems so complicated, I feel we need our children more than ever. Their natural wisdom points the way to solutions that lie, waiting to be recognized, within our own hearts.

They just have so many problems, adults.
They have been so conditioned by other people's thoughts and feelings. ~ Michael Jackson ~


  1. Thank you for posting these words. Yes, I fully agree: We need our children more than ever!