Ten ‘Christopher Robin’ Movie Quotes that Inspire

Alan Alexander Milne is the author of Winnie-the-Pooh and the inspiration for the movie ‘Christopher Robin’. To honor his birthday today, here are five famous quotes from the movie.

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Christopher Robin is the movie inspired by Alan Alexander Milne. Milne is the famous English author of the Winnie-the-Pooh books and other forms of writings and poems. Today we celebrate Alan Alexander Milne’s birthday by reminiscing on the joyous movie Chrisotpher Robin (2018) with five well-known quotes from the movie.

1. “Doing nothing often leads to the very best kind of something”

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This quote is basically telling us to just ‘be’ in the moment. Sometimes it’s okay to not do anything at all, being bored can lead to inspiration and creativity. Also, we are always busy and occupied with life’s obligations and we all deserve a break to just exist.

2. “I always get where I’m going by walking from where I’ve been”

Sometimes in order to move forward, we must walk away from our past. The past is good to reflect on but to never be stuck in. Christopher Robin once again brings deep advice in a wholesome pure family film. We need to learn from the past and have it inspire our present and future.

3. Sometimes when I”m going somewhere and I wait, somewhere comes to me”

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When the time is right things will align and come to you. Life can be about patience, when there are hardships or things are slowly on track. Remember to not rush and let things come to you. Sometimes the time right now is not the right time.

4. There’s always time for a smackeral of wonder”

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Don’t forget to treat yourself to some fun once in a while. Life is always busy and we forget to enjoy it. So go out there and find that mackerel of wonder that will create a great memory.

5. “I don’t feel very much like Pooh today”

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This quote I think is the most important thing this film teaches us. It’s okay to not be okay. Nowadays people think you need to be happy all the time. Well, even the kindest souls can feel upset or unsettled. Even Winnie-the-Pooh can be down in the dumps once in a while. Our greatest inspirations may not be their best one day. It’s alright to have a bad day and just be in that moment, let it process.

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