Kung-Fu Panda …

This whole thing of weekend movies with the big fella rocks … i get to see some wonderful movies in the bargain. Of course, sharing the Pop-Corn with him is an altogether cool idea. Though, he might not like it as much as i do, of course. But then, having said that, these movie outings are a fun thing for both of us! Its one of those things that boys do, you see! And no, i am not discouraging that. Not actively, at least …

Well, to cut a long story short, we are running a week behind schedule. A wedding in the family, and … So, we were late by a week for watching Kung-Fu Panda. Never mind … the movie is worth the wait. As always, i am not sure who enjoyed the movie more.

For starters … Po rocks. Definitely, he does! More so because i could almost empathize with the guy … you see, having to do any kind of physical activity, more so when it is in the nature of exercise … ah, how could anyone give up the luxurious paunch? Not me, not Po definitely. Which is nice.Though, the most interesting part is the message the movie gives …

There is no secret ingredient!

If you look at it another way, its the same thing as saying there is no secret to the source of limitless power. As the movie says, one would get limitless power from the Dragon Scroll. However, the scroll is blank. All Po sees in it is his own reflection. And, thats the secret …

You, yourself, are the source of limitless power … there is no secret ingredient to it!

Food for Thought … its not Secret Ingredient Soup!

4 Comments on “Kung-Fu Panda …”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Everything is in our thoughts – and thats the secret – as a porud Bengali, I remember a saying " Bisshashe milaye bostu, Torke bahudoor" – You get what you want by your beliefs and not by debates…

    Believeing in the secret/lucky charm only makes our belief stronger and helps us attain whatever we like to, in our life.

  2. Atul says:

    abdolutely. in fact, this is exactly what one of my favourite books, The Secret says, too …

  3. media boy says:

    still gotta see Kung Fu Panda… Jack Black is classic for sure; he'll be forever famous for his work in School of Rock

  4. […] we would do well to realize … there is not secret ingredient. I have written about the movie earlier. I have watched the movie 17 times, and the only reason this isnt increasing over the last few […]

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