4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

Anime has recently become a favorite show for teens and adults. It is undeniable that anime has its own place in the hearts of its lovers.

Along with the development of the world film industry, so many anime shows that develop in accordance with the times and technological advances.

But even though the anime underwent a revolution, there were several anime films that left an impression on the hearts and memories of the viewers because of the interesting story and unforgettable messages in the film.

Just mention the anime studio Princes Mononoke by Ghibli in 1997.

This anime has been aired for a long time, but it still leaves an impression on the audience because it has a good moral message and an interesting story.

Here are some moral messages in the anime Princes Mononoke.

1. Appreciate fellow living creatures on Earth.
4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

This moral value is very important to be instilled in the children of future generations, because this can be a guideline for them to always respect living creatures in the world both animals, plants, and fellow humans.

By instilling moral mutual respect for our fellow creatures, we hope that the next generation will be able to protect and love the beauty of nature in this diverse world.

From the beginning, this Princes Mononoke film indeed tells about the struggle of a human named San who grew up in the forest and was raised by wolves to protect the forest and animals from cruelty and human greed.

2. Trying to live side by side with living creatures on Earth.
4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

This moral value is also important to be inculcated in the behavior of children today so that it can be a reference for them to live side by side with nature, animals and plants.

If this moral value is not instilled early on, then what will happen to future generations is the destruction of nature and the extinction of animals because they cannot preserve and preserve it.

In this film Princes Mononoke also tells how Miss Eboshi's greed as the leader of a tribe making weapons, iron, and sand to nature that makes them never satisfied with what nature is given by them.

So they continually cut down trees, and kill animals so they can control the forest and benefit from it continuously.

3. Trying to protect and protect fellow living beings on Earth.
4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

This moral value is also important for future generations of the world.

As we see today many people cannot protect and protect fellow living beings so that they do cruel things to benefit themselves.

If this moral value is not inculcated in future generations, then the current situation will continue to be repeated in the future, namely the number of forests burned and animals killed.

The film Princes Mononoke also tells how San and Ashitaka (as humans), animals, and plants take care of each other, love, and protect one another from the cruelty of Miss Eboshi and her people who want to rule the forest and kill the animals in it is only for its sake.

4. Greed causes damage and harm to fellow living beings.
4 Moral value of nature's love in Studio Ghibli's 'Princes Mononoke'

The next moral value in this film shows that greed and damage done by humans themselves make them suffer losses and make them not get any profit.

This moral value must be instilled in the children of future generations of the world so that they know the result of greed is the damage and losses that are obtained.

In this film Princes Mononoke also tells how the ambition of Miss Eboshi and his people to fight and kill the forest animals who oppose them so that they more easily control the forest.

The end of the war was to cause a great loss for them because they made the forest spirit angry by destroying trees, wood, and also turned to attack because of the greed of these humans.

Meanwhile, San and Ashitaka continued to convince Miss Eboshi and her people not to make that mistake again.

Those are some of the moral messages of love for nature in the film Princes Mononoke.

This film should be a spectacle reference for families and parents to be able to teach children that we must always live side by side with living things on Earth and also look after the universe well.

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