Thursday, March 26, 2015

#DisneyFairiesSweeps Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast & giveaway #DisneyFairiesSweeps

One of the simplest lessons in life is to not judge a book by its cover or make assumptions about others as you may miss getting to know people or stories. This life lesson is illustrated in Disney’s latest release Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast. Return to Pixie Hollow for a heartwarming adventure.

An ancient myth of a massive creature sparks the curiosity of Tinker Bell and her
good friend Fawn, an animal fairly who’s not afraid to break the rules to help an
animal in need. But this creature is not welcomed in Pixie Hollow – and the scout
fairies are determined to capture the mysterious beast why they fear will destroy their home. Fawn must convince her fairy friends to risk everything to rescue the NeverBeast.

This thrilling action-adventure makes a great Easter and springtime gift with never-before -seen bonus extras available on Blu-ray Comb Pack & Disney Movies Anywhere!
This movie references to key themes from the movie specifically the importance of giving people and situations an opportunity to get to know them in order to live more peacefully.
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast is a wonderful movie that teaches many lessons. It is available Now on Blu-ray, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere  
I asked my kids if there was a time that they passed judgement on someone before they got to know the person.
My daughter explained to me when she started high school she judged alot of kids by what they were wearing and how they acted. She talked to these other students and my daughter found out these kids are just as normal my daughter. A few of them and my daughter are best buds now. 

I asked my boys the same question. My oldest son, Anthony said it is not polite to pass judgement on someone because you don't know what they are going thru. 
My youngest son, Andrew said that its better to observe before pass judgement on anyone. You need to understand whats going on before you can judge.
I have tried to teach my kids to get all angles before judging anyone. There are folks that you may not know they you should know but if you judge them you may never gain a friend.
Giveaway~ enter via the raffle copter form below to enter Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast DVD set. There are many daily entries so please stop by again tomm for more entries.  
comment/Tweet about not passing judgement or giving people a chance to get to know them like Tinker Bell and Fawn in Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast Now on Blu-ray, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere. 
Don’t forget to keep the tweets and social media shares fun and use the campaign hashtag: #DisneyFairiesSweeps

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Jennifer Rogers said...

I think the age old adage "Never judge a book by its' cover" is always the best way to avoid passing judgement before you get to know someone!
jennifer Rogers

Leela said...

My daughter loves welcoming the new kids to the neighborhood.

Jennifer Rogers said...

I think the age old adage "Never judge a book by its' cover" is always the best way to avoid passing judgement before you get to know someone!
jennifer Rogers

Jennifer Rogers said...

I think the age old adage "Never judge a book by its' cover" is always the best way to avoid passing judgement before you get to know someone!
jennifer Rogers

Tabathia B said...

I think people are quick to judge even when they don't know you especially if you are in a relationship with their child. This happened to me and my boyfriend and I have been together over 15 years and how his mother treated me and my two oldest daughters when I met him has had an effect on her relationship with my now adult children and her two grandchildren because it showed her true nature.

Noner said...

As someone who has been judged for most of my life because I was poor (and therefore "different") I try really hard not to be judgemental of other people until I know them.

I do find myself sometimes judging people though on how they look or how they are acting in public.

Its a bad habit and I hope I can teach my son not to judge people unless he gets to know them.

Unknown said...

When I was younger, I was into the whole Goth look. So naturally everyone always looked at me and judged me me. I was made fun of a lot but people never got to really know me. If they would have taken the time to know me then they would have known how much fun and bubbly I really am.

eva biggs said...

I always go with the old saying Never judge a book by its cover. You wouldn't want some one to do that to you.

blew415 said...

I try not to judge people and instill that in the kids in my life. So far everyone is turning out ok

Unknown said...

I love this. Now a days Kids an adults jump to conclusions about what others should look like when we really we need to get to know someone!

Deanna said...

I have a dog who was hit by a car and had to have her eye removed and sewn shut. Sometimes people are a little nervous and ask questions, but she is the SWEETEST dog in the world and loves everybody.

Kim Con said...

My nephew has Tourette's & people stare all the time - including adults. We do everything we can to make him comfortable with himself. He is a great kid with a huge heart. People need to get to know the inside. - Kimberly O

tracy webb said...

I wish all bullying would stop.I lost a grandson to bulling.We need to learn to care about each other.

Anonymous said...

I am a strong believer in the fact that you should never judge a book by it's cover. I've met too many people in my lifetime that look one way, but are not at all the way you imagined they would be.

chris said...

humans make decisions off of first impressions, sometimes they are correct, sometimes not. The important thing is not to close your mind to a person before you give them a chance.

shelly said...

i try not to jump to conclusions until i know someone better.

Alina Hahn said...

I try to treat people how I would like to be treated and try to put myself in their shoes. Empathy is a great thing!

Jenny said...

I think people naturally judge others, but that shouldn't stop them from being open to accepting and learning. You don't know what anyone is truly like until you get to know them.