5 Life Lessons and Moral Value in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" Movie
Chris Pratt as Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord)
Vin Diesel as Groot
Zoe Saldana as Gamora
Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer
Bradley Cooper as Rocket
Karen Gillian as Nebula
Michael Rooker as Yondu
Kurt Russell as Ego the Living Planet
1) Happiness comes when you value love more than power.
When Peter Quill learnt from his biological father "Ego the Living Planet" that he was a Celestial - immortal as long as the light continued to shine on planet Ego, he was excited and fantasized about all the weird and wonderful things he would use his powers to create.
However when he realised Ego's evil plans to destroy the universe, Peter was readily prepared to destroy Ego and to give up his immortality to protect his friends and the universe.
Choosing to protect the people he loved and cared about made him happier than the power that he inherited on Planet Ego did.
2) Sometimes a mean person is just someone who is indirectly crying out to be loved.
Throughout the movie, Rocket was passing mean comments whenever he had an opportunity.
In one scene, Yondu pointed out that Rocket was acting like that because the scientists that created him did not care about him and that he just wanted to be loved.
Yondu knew that because he was just like Rocket.
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Hi I’m Milton Goh, I'm 25 years old and i'm a blogger who writes regularly about Christianity, Parenting, Life Lessons that I learn from Movies/Shows, and Lifestyle.