16 Philosophical Quotes From Disney Films

Beyond the awesome animation and feeling like a kid again, watching old Disney films helps you pick up on some important life lessons.

The Lion King

The Lion King quotes

You mean dusting your problems under a rug, or the Savanna grass in this case, doesn’t work in the long run?



Live in the now, with no regrets.

Snow White

Snow White

Old people love to say that.


Pocahontas quote

People are scared of change, because it’s usually bad. Especially for native Americans once the Europeans came.

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

An interesting internal monologue from a girl on a trip.

Alice in Wonderland quote

Stupid people shouldn’t open their mouth.

The Little Mermaid

The little mermaid quote

How does Sebastian know so much about humans?

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Too many theres make a sentence confusing.

Peter Pan

Peter Pan quotes

It’s true, even if it’s a bit offensive.

Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp

Dogs get confused sometimes.

Lady and the tramp quote

Humans suck.


Mulan Quote

Similar to ‘the only time a man can be brave is when he’s truly afraid’ or something like that, said by the beheaded Ned Stark.

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Fear is the mind killer, some guy on a desert planet once said.

Pooh Glad

Being happy is actually your mind playing tricks on you.



I know quite a few little boys and girls who are nothing but rotten little liars, but are still completely real.

Cricket Wisdom

It’s better to listen to your drunk friends who keep saying ‘Do it! Do it!’

(Via: Leonora Epstein)