15 Life Lessons Learned from Narnia
Because there's a lot of practical advice behind the wardrobe doors!
Never forget where you came from.
Just because you’re not used to talking to animals doesn’t mean they can’t understand you.
Flattery won’t get you everywhere.
“Things never happen the same way twice, dear one.”
Never get into a stranger’s sledge or other snow vehicle.
Growing up isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Just because something is illogical doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
Call everyone by his or her proper name.
“Once a King or Queen of Narnia, always a King or Queen of Narnia.”
Indulging too much in anything, can have messy results.
Always listen to the lion.
If the statues in the yard look familiar, like friends and family, run far, far away.
Trust in the small ones: little sisters, loyal dwarves, noble mice.
Remember: “You should never shut yourself up in a wardrobe.”
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