a lesson from the new muppet movie

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Went and saw "The Muppets" tonight. Its a good film, and there was one moment that I especially enjoyed. The main human character says to his muppet brother:

He said: "You've always believed in others, but that's easy. Now you have to believe in yourself, and figure out who you want to be. Because that's what growing up is all about."

I thought it was profound.

The trouble with

profound statements is they are never accompanied by the operating manual.


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Easier said then done


It's easy for the character to say so. It's harder to accomplish in the end, however.
Trying to accomplish can take a lifetime.



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