When the road looks rough ahead and you’re miles and miles from your nice warm bed, you just remember what you learned from Toy Story. It will help you answer so many of life’s most challenging questions:
Do I have to grow up?
Only according to the calendar. You can always be a kid at heart.
What if I feel lost?
Your friends will help you find your way home.
What if my friends make new friends?
Try not to panic. There’s room for many friends in every life.
What makes a good friend?
There isn’t anything they wouldn’t do for you. If you stick together you can see it through.
What is true love?
There are all kinds of true love: romantic, friendship, and familial to name a few. And all of them involve putting someone else’s happiness ahead of your own. In this case, it’s knowing that someone important to you deserves to be important to somebody else too. (Tear. Take care of Woody, Bonnie!)
Can’t I just go it alone?
Sure, but it’s kind of nice to have a little company.
Do aliens exist?
You tell us…
Are first impressions really everything?
They’re important, but they’re not everything. Sometimes we’re not our best selves when we meet new people. But it’s never too late to make amends.
What if nobody gets me?
It may not be who you’re around right now, but somebody will…
Promise. (They may even get you so well that they know when you need your angry eyes.)
How do I deal with fear?
Just try and face it. Remember, you’re braver than you give yourself credit for being.
Does it pay to be good?
You know what happened to that guy. (Read: terrorized by toys.) So we’re thinking yes.
Why is it so hard to admit when you’re wrong?
It just is. But, take it from Woody, it’s worthwhile. You may even get a bestie out of the deal.
How do I handle a new situation?
Join the party.
Is it possible to achieve your dreams?
Yes. And never let them tell you you’re not a flying toy.
Where do I see myself in five years?
Older, wiser, and happy. The rest is just gravy.