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Apr 23, 2012 | 1:37 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place April 24, 2012

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This week's parable is from the Tao of Pooh! (it's a book that introduces taoism through winnie-the-pooh). It is about being true to yourself and knowing that in any state, from a stonecutter to a powerful sun, you are in a state of perfection because you exist as such. You can change yourself to be anything you'd like, what do you want to be? But remember that how you are now is perfect too, and accepting what you are makes it only easier to change it as well.

This weeks parable was also animated in part by the King of Atlantis! Give him a round of applause in the comments, he's learning to animate so that we can have more cartoons, more often, and more awesome!

With Love!
SpiritPatch, ShePatch and the Atlantis King

Special thanks to everyone who sent us music to use!! See the credits for more!

Reviews


CricycleCricycle

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 25, 2012

Excellent animation and story.

Though I think "Nothing is perfect" rather than "Everything is perfect" as a result of this story. For how can anything be perfect if there is always something better? It seems you are changing the meaning of perfection to suit your own needs in trying to get your point across, but whatever.



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Rated 4 / 5 stars April 25, 2012

I remember reading this story from a children's book more than a decade ago,brings back memories.


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DoubleM55DoubleM55

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 25, 2012

Wow, I think that story was quite good, actually. Animation is also very well done... Great job!



AtheistIntalectAtheistIntalect

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 25, 2012

What i took away from this parable is that power is objective just like many other things that we judge others with. Well the video was well done as always. Keep it up Jordan!


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09CArventos09CArventos

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 25, 2012

Nice,
That was a really good story and the moral held quite the philosophical truth.
Not to mention the great animation.


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