The idea that you cannot learn anything from cartoons is an idea that I disagree with completely and with tremendous fiery passion. There are many valuable lessons I have learned from the cartoons I have watched over the years. I have learned the importance of being true to yourself and being your own person despite what others say or think about you. I have learned that dreams are things to be cherished and fought for, and that no matter how great the adversity you must never give up on your dreams for in the end they are the sole purpose for living and without them life has no meaning. I have learned that creativity and imagination are just as important as logic and knowledge; for knowledge is limited, but imagination is without boundary and feeds the pursuit of knowledge. I have learned that with perseverance, patience, wisdom, love, and courage anything is possible; any goal can be achieved. I have learned the value of friendship and the importance of accepting people as they are no matter their sex, skin color, nationality, appearance, or even species; for we are all colorful characters in the never-ending story of the universe, but perhaps most important of all I have learned that we should never take ourselves too seriously; for no matter how important we may seem in our own eyes our personal stories are just mere sentences in the endless vast book of life and existence which is the cosmos.
I bless and give thanks to all the colorful characters who have acted as my guides and teachers as I have grown from childhood into young adulthood. I have learned so much from those wonderful people who never even existed. Bless all my wonderful friends from Toon Town. I am forever grateful to them for their wisdom.