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jinx-jinxagain:

datunofficialdisneyprincess:

frozendailydose:

actual-rapunzel:

Let it Go (Africanized Tribal Cover) Alex Boye Ft. One Voice Children’s Choir

You’re all wrong. This is the best version.

OH WOW

This is glorious

this is literally perfection

frozendailydose:

justcarlos1point0:

jonjonathanjon:

bobbypontillas:

Wow!

SO. MANY. GOOSEBUMPS.

FROZEN

I didn’t know how much I needed this.
~ Juliette§

2,500 likes! Yay!

2,500 likes! Yay!

filmwitches:

Let the storm rage on. The cold never bothered me anyway… 

Frozen(2013) dir. Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee

filmwitches:

Let the storm rage on. The cold never bothered me anyway… 

Frozen(2013) dir. Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee

Don’t let them in, don’t let them see. Be the good girl you always have to be. Conceal, don’t feel, put on a show. Make one wrong move and everyone will know.

icanfeelyourpulseinthepage:

coldneverbotheredme:

fabpezbercoara:

I loved this. Goosebump moment. She blames herself and worries so much (about Anna GNAAAH MY FEELINGS!). God let me hug you! 

Throughout the entire movie Elsa is constantly placing the blame entirely on herself and it’s heart-wrenching!

This movie is one of the best I have ever seen. Not just because of the animation, or the story, but the message behind every part of it. Anna saves her sister with an act of true love. The love and bond between siblings is stronger than anyone could possibly realize. And Elsa. This is what I personally think is their message with everything she does:
She has this great, magnificent, beautiful power within her but she denies herself the joy of it because people(her parents) tell her it’s dangerous. When she finally lets her powers free the whole town turns on her, so she isolates herself in order to be who she really is. When Elsa finds out about the strom she only blames herself for it. It’s not until she realizes that Anna still loves her that she can be who she really is without shame. Does this sound familiar? All our lives we’re told to be a certain way and encouraged to fit a mold that fits no one. When someone breaks out of what’s considered “normal”, society tries to stomp them out, making them hate who they really are. We’re taught to hide our potential and the power we have inside ourselves because it may not fit others views. We’re all looking for validation that we can be who we are, for someone to love us with all of our flaws, and quarks. Its not until we find that someone that we’re truly comfortable in our own skin. I think that we should all learn to love ourselves, to validated ourselves. We don’t need the approval or love of someone else to be who we really are.

Reblog this if something fictional has changed your life. Like if it has not. This is for a research project. Thanks.