Inspirational Movie Wall-E

March 17th, 2009 | No Comments |

wall-eI have become a sucker for animated films and for all of you who have children, you know what I mean. I catch myself saying things that normally a man wouldn’t say, such as, “I’ve got to go potty!” So now I am addicted to animated movies, Wii, and several other activities that pertain to having three little girls.

I just barely found the opportunity to watch the movie Wall-E. What a great flick with some great messages about companionship and responsibility. For those of you who haven’t seen the movie, I may ruin it for you. The earth becomes very polluted and the population was given the option to leave earth on a spaceship while it was being cleaned up. Well, Wall-E was one of the robots created to clean the earth and over time, ended up being the only one left.

He ends up finding his way to the spaceship that contained all the children’s children’s children’s children of the ones who left the earth so many years before while following a robot sent to earth to discover signs of life. Well, over the years the people on this ship had become so robot and technology dependent that they grew fat, very fat. None of them even walked and they all floated around on these hovering chairs all the time with a TV screen in front of their faces. They were all so fat and so consumed with what was right in front of their face that everything else around them was non-existent. Once this screen was turned off, by Wall-E of course, they could see a universe of possibilities and then starting to truly enjoy life. They started walking and taking action.

The best line of the entire movie, at least for me, came from the captain of this spaceship. Back in the beginning years of this spaceship, the man in charge put the ship on autopilot and programmed it to keep all the inhabitants of the earth in space indefinitely because the earth was unsuitable to sustain life. Well, Wall-E’s little robot friend discovered life on earth and in order to return to earth, the captain had to put this plant into a sensor that would activate the ships return sequence. Well, the captain and this Auto Pilot robot ended up into an argument. The robots job was to make sure the humans survived. That was its mission.

The captain then said the line, “I don’t want to survive. I want to live!”

T0 just survive would be a waste of life. To truly live and experience all that life has to offer is our true nature. Take some time today and think of what “Living your Life” truly means to you. Where are you at? What are you doing? Who are you with? If you are not currently doing it, what in the heck are you waiting for?

Life is short. Very short! Enjoy the journey. Don’t end up at the end of it wishing you would have!

David Allred is the author and creator of CFW. David has been teaching entrepreneur minded people how to earn a full time income working from the comfort of home for nearly a decade.

Think about it. Never miss your kids’ events, set your own schedule, choose your own income and enjoy a lifestyle and income which most people only drool over!

Be sure to connect with David Allred on Google+, Facebook and everywhere else!

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ YouTube