So I went to the movies today to see UP and Terminator: Salvation. I really enjoyed UP. It was definitely one of my favorite Pixar films. It really taught me a valuable lesson on how life is too short to waste time, and albeit that message is conveyed in my head sometimes I do not stick to that principle. I feel as if I should be more aggressive. I should be more ... adventurous. The story truly was motivating. I was very captivated by the intricacies throughout the film. It was really profound and I thought that it was very thought provoking. We take so much for granted in our lives... we fail to realize that we only live once. We take so much for value in material things instead of viewing the world around us from a genuine perspective. We lose what we value most at heart. As children, we are innocent to the world around us and we fail to grasp that the gift that was given to us, our life, is so precious. Too much time is wasted on desires and wishes that most of us never get to actually experience the joys that were once vicariously lived throughout our puerile fantasies. And then there is the inevitable... decrepitude. I would rather live my life knowing that I can achieve all that I desire and hope for and to find my one true love. "We have no way of knowing what lays ahead for us
    in the future. all we can do is use the information at hand to make the best
    decision possible. It's gonna be fine." In conclusion, I think that we could all learn a valuable lesson from UP "Adventure is out there!" and we must take advantage of it... while there is still opportunity.