Carpe Diem – Dead Poets Society

Just finished watching movie “Dead Poets Society” and I am truly madly deeply in love.

The movie itself is poetry that starts flowing in your veins.

You smile you cry you miss yourself.

You start thinking about how many opportunities you have already missed and what can you seize today.

This masterpiece shows how pressures can ruin fragile young lives no matter how gently they are exerted.

None of your attempts to make an elephant fly can be fruitful.

People just crave to be accepted, acknowledged and appreciated.

May be they don’t need your advice.

By constantly trying to tell them “what’s in their best interest” may end up crushing their dreams and passion.

Maybe they just need a little love and confidence in their own sweat of brow.

And a little encouragement can help them overcome their own fears and master their own forte.

 

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19 thoughts on “Carpe Diem – Dead Poets Society

  1. Just found my Friday night movie. I want to experience what you shared and it’s true that we don’t always need an advice, just a shoulder to lean on or an ear that listens so we can pour out our hearts and fill it again with hope.

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  2. What a remarkable post! It’s my all-time favorite movie and Robin Williams’ character has always inspired me to be a better teacher in terms of creativity and listening to students. There’s a Catalan tv show called Merlì on Netflix that was draws on some ideas from the idea. ‘By constantly trying to tell them “what’s in their best interest” may end up crushing their dreams and passion’. Thank you thank you so much for this passage and the whole post. Dreams are meant to be grown

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