Filler Post: The 5 Life Lessons you’ll learn from watching Anime!

Education is the most important thing to us as humans, and should not be forsaken or taken for granted. Many of us have noticed that nowadays Generation X and Baby Boomers are going back to school; not because they want to, but because with this ever changing world a lot of the things that they learned back when they were teenagers and young adults, have now evolved into something that we Millennial (Gen-Y) kids are more accustomed to.

However there are may lessons in life that are passed down from generation to generation, and a lot of anime titles that we know of focus on those exact lessons. There’s a lot of things you can learn from the generation before you (and the generation before your parents), and we’re here to give you the rundown of what life lessons you’ll learn from watching anime!

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Lesson #1: Never Give Up!

Life is hard and can be rather stressful and taxing. It can kick you right in the face without any regard of where you are and what you’re doing. Sometimes it can be good and other times it can be bad, but know this; nobody likes a quitter! Now you may not be a Saiyan born from planet earth who fought against foe after foe and came out on top (except Beerus, but you know what we mean), but what you are is an individual with a heart of gold. Mama didn’t raise no fool, and daddy didn’t raise a quitter, but just know that you’ve got friends in both high and low places that you can talk to. Let their encouraging words be the fuel that light’s your fire, so that you can get back out there into the fight that is called ‘life’!

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Lesson #2: You can be and do Anything!

Don’t let others tell you what you can and can’t be, or do. Remember, no one else has the final say over the decisions that you make in life except you. Sure, your family and friends may have a hand in influencing some of the choices you make in this life, but that’s only because they love you and don’t want to see you get hurt. If you’re passionate about something that you’ve been dreaming about since you were a kid, then go out and take all of the necessary measures needed to make that dream, a reality! Don’t see your failures as bad omens but use them as stepping stones to something greater down the line. There’s light at the end of every tunnel, so go forward and march your way to victory! 🙂

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Lesson #3: Friendships are Essential and Important!

Acting alone is fine for awhile, but nothing’s better then having some friends by your side! They are the kind of people that are like a second family to you, and always build you up during the times when you feel down. Beware however; as some people that may call you their friend, are actually plotting your downfall and plan to take away any and everything that gives you joy. (Trust us, we’ve been there.) If that’s the case, then seek out a better circle of friends who value your friendship as much as you value theirs. A true friend will be there for you no matter what!

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Lesson #4: You learn new things and gain a sense of Creativity!

The world is far too small to be stuck in a box, so go out and be just a little more adventurous! Now we’re not saying head up to the 100th floor of the Empire State Building and jump off of it, but rather do some research on various other cultures (such as Japan) and explore how their modern life is like. People such as outfit designers, artists, and some music producers travel outside of their usual “box” in order to create something unique and different. (Many of times their creative inspiration comes from other cultures outside of North America.) Life is far too short to be hermit, so don’t be afraid to go out and explore all of the new possibilities that life has for you.

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Lesson #5: BE YOURSELF!!

The best person you can be is just your lil’ old self! You don’t have to pretend to be something you’re not just to impress a group of individuals who will probably “dump” you later on. Instead be the person that you are and people will accept you. (Your friends, family, and the anime community if you love anime and manga as much as we do.) We’re all different in one way, form, or fashion, but at the end of the day we all bleed the same color; Red! (Except if you’re a Danganronpa character, in this case it’d be florescent pink.)

That will about wrap up this filler post for now. If you remember these five lessons in life, we highly guarantee that you will not be disappointed! 😉

8 thoughts on “Filler Post: The 5 Life Lessons you’ll learn from watching Anime!

  1. I loved this post! I’m fairly certain Lesson 3 is something that anime has helped mould me into the person I am today. I’m someone who highly values friendship and close bonds and so many characters have influenced that. The likes of one pieces Luffy, Hunter x Hunters Gon, Dragonballs Gohan. These are characters who cherish their friends and family and would do anything to protect them

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    • Thanks for your support! Both 1 and 3 have been what A. Goldman and I live by on a daily basis. Even though the two of us didn’t have a whole lot of friends growing up, we became two awesome guys who now own this blog, and have made some awesome friends down the road. 🙂

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  2. I feel like anime morals are very helpful in life. Sure people tell you like making friends is useful but anime SHOWS how friendships are important. I think for sure whether it be animes, movies, books, etc. telling somebody a moral is completely different from idk how to put it… witnessing the moral in action. Then anime is also like: “people die when they are killed.” so idk. Just my opinion on this topic.

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