Disney movies taught us a thing or two about love.
Disney movies have taught us about many things, from friendship to trust to love, the last being one of the most important lessons we can learn.
Sometimes the lesson is learned indirectly. For example, when Beauty looks past Beast’s appearance and falls for the man he truly is, we learn that character is more important than looks. Other times, Disney characters simply describe what it means to be in love.
Words are powerful and it’s natural to want to search for the perfect way to express your love when you are feeling such a strong emotion. But often times, even though we feel something, it does not necessarily mean we can express it.
Love is such an amazing feeling that it’s difficult to correctly convey through words. That’s where Disney comes in. Movies like “Tangled,” “Finding Nemo,” “Alice in Wonderland,” and “Peter Pan” give us great examples and quotes of what love truly means.
That is why we have gathered some beautiful quotes from Disney that speak to the mysteries of love. Some of these quotes explain how we feel when we are in love and some revel in the magic of love, but they all are examples of what true love means.
When you’re feeling the love, share one (or all) of these 25 Disney quotes with the person you love to show them how much they mean to you.
1. When spending time together is your favorite thing to do.
“A day spent with you is my favorite day. So today is my new favorite day.” — Winnie the Pooh
2. When they feel like home.
“When I look at you, I can feel it. I look at you, and I’m home.” — Finding Nemo
3. When they become your dream.
“You were my new dream.” — Tangled
4. When your broken heart still seems to be full somehow.
“I never expected that you could have a broken heart and love with it too, so much that it does not seem broken at all.” — Peter Pan
5. When you feel like you’re creating special memories.
“Today’s special moments are tomorrow’s memories.” — Aladdin
6. When forever doesn’t seem long enough.
“I used to believe in forever. But now I think forever is too short.” — Winnie the Pooh