Thank you. Thank آپ for being pretty much the only realistic portrayal of love in mainstream media in the last- oh, I don’t know- at least five years.
Thank آپ for دکھانا that Hans, the handsome gallant prince of the Southern Isles who seemed a perfect match for Anna is fallible. Thank آپ for دکھانا that the idea of a “one perfect match” isn’t necessarily realistic. Thank آپ for دکھانا us that love is like with Kristoff, how everyone has their rough edges, how no one can fit the mold of perfection. Thank آپ for reminding us that “everyone’s a bit of a fixer-upper, that’s what it’s all about!” And, especially, thank آپ for saying clearly that “people don’t really change.” Thank آپ for being so clear in that love is about accepting people, especially their flaws, and not finding someone who fits an ideal.
But most of all, thank you, Olaf, for giving pretty much the only sane definition of love any media has دیا in too, too long. Thank آپ for telling us “Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours” in an age of “The best love of all is loving yourself,” “You have to love yourself before آپ can love others,” and “You have to provide for yourself before آپ can provide for someone else.” Thank آپ for reminding us that love is selfless. Thank آپ for the fact that little boys and girls will watch Frozen and hear that love is about consciously making someone else مزید important and not about making sure you’re fulfilled above all else. Thank آپ for the truth آپ gave us that the world has tried so hard to deny. Thank آپ for reminding us that love is, above all, sacrifice.