Yes Winnie the Pooh goes back when my kids were small, something that isn't violent.
I like Winnie the pooh because I like bears, teddys etc. But most of all the smalll adventures he has with his friends and Christopher Robin. Its quite a nice idea for me in my younger days to have animals or doll animals as your imaginary friends.
The storries are not violent but playfull and gives you the feeling to play along too.
Yes. In fact I love it! It appeals to my brain as much as it appeals to my eyes. I love how this cartoon explain complex philosophical ideas that are very useful to adults like me. Winnie the Pooh, be it in movies or books, never fails to kill boredom, increase my imagination, gives me lots of fun and most of all feed my brain with things to ponder.
Eeyore was always my reason for loving Winnie the Pooh. I have a small collection of Eeyore items.
Having had depressions on and off my whole life, I could relate to his pessimism, worry, and solemn demeanor.
Plus I am always rooting for the moments he is cheered up; kinda like in my own life
And Winnie the Pooh said one of my favorite quotes...
"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so I never have to live without you."
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