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5 Life Lessons You’ll Learn From ‘Prison Break’

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5 Life Lessons You’ll Learn From ‘Prison Break’

Okay. Finally, there has been a time for me now to blog about my obsession TV serial drama. I’ve been meaning to share this to all of you since the very first time I’ve watched all the episodes and finished it. But time wasn’t there for me. I’ve been busy so much that I couldn’t keep my thoughts straight about it.
I’m a TV addict. But genres I liked are Romance, Action, Drama, Legal Action, Political Action, Thriller, and Sci-fi. And my latest obsession is Prison Break. For those people who aren’t familiar with this show, you’ve missed half of you’re life, and I’m definitely gonna ask you, (what’s wrong with you people?). The story is all about Burrows who has been framed for a crime he did not commit and his brother, Michael Scofield, who attempts to break them free and share the truth. So here’s what you can learn in a nutshell.

1. Plans don’t always work out.

The plan was intricate and planned down to every detail. (I won’t give away the plot, because you should definitely watch it.) But there are always unexpected events that will change your planned future. And that’s okay. It’s normal and I should say you should definitely have another plan. A plan B, plan C, whatever is it. You should be ready. Just go with the flow and make calculated decisions about what you should do next.

2. Siblings have the closest bond that exists.

Sure that siblings may have all the disagreements in the world. But definitely you’re brother or sister will do everything for you, even give his life for another, and Michael did it, he would give his life for Lincoln. And Lincoln would do the same. Same goes for the people closest to you – family, siblings, cousins, best friends – if they care about you, there is nothing that can burn that bond forever.

3. Your parents will do anything for you – no matter how much it hurts them.

Lincoln and LJ. Franklin and Dede. Agent Mahone and Cameron. These fathers would do anything for their children. They risked their lives and their freedom for them – because their emotional bonds are tighter than anyone can ever imagine. You may not always see eye to eye with your parents, but in the end, they always want what is in your best interest.

4. People always look out for themselves.

Well isn’t that a sad one to think about. But it’s true. No matter what ties the prisoners had to each other in prison or in their life, they will do anything and gave away any information they can in order to get a good deal for themselves.

5. Never lose faith.

Throughout the deaths, lies, and tragedies, the only thing that kept them going was the idea of faith. Faith that you should definitely have in you, must be innate in you. Keep your dreams and goals in mind and always hold onto the hope that pushes you to keep going forward. What is meant to happen will unfold in time.

 

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