Balto themes: A great philosophy

Balto themes: A great philosophy

All three Balto films (regardless of rating), in my opinion, have unique themes that create a philosophy on life. They should aim to teach some valuable lessons that every individual on earth should know about life itself.

It was a great pleasure to watch the first Balto film when I was just a lad. I enjoyed it very much and I wish that I watched it more back then than when I finally bought it after turning 21. The second one was very much below the mean line and the third was worth at least a watch but in the end it never compared to the beauty of the first film. As far as I'm concerned, not many can as it is a special film in a way.

But today after studying the morals and themes of all three films, I found that each film teaches some very valuable lessons about how to live our everyday lives and what life holds in store for us all. See the details of the themes and morals for each individual film below:



Everyone is born into this world with a different personal character. Although many of us may seem different, there is always something on both the inside and outside of an individual that makes them special in a way. FamilySometimes we may not be able to find out what is inside us that makes us unique in some ways, but this side of us shows us what we are made of and who we really are. We may also be able to use this to our advantage to get through life and be respected by everyone. Others may think differently of you if they don’t see your true side; and if they cannot figure it out, you have to show them. You must never let others judge you for what or who you are. What we find within ourselves is the gift that we have been given for being born into this world, and one we have it, we are stuck with it forever; even after we die, because this gift lives within and never leaves our spirit. Even if this “gift” is a disadvantage to our personal character, there are also some positive values that it might hold, and again we use this to our advantage.  


FilmWe all have a destiny in this world, and we all have to follow our destiny. If it means that it is the key to our life, we have no choice but to take it. It may be either safe or dangerous at times, but it is the path that we must take to again show everyone what we are capable of and to find out who we really are; even if it means dying. We must find out the correct paths to follow in life and use them to our own benefit.  


Everyone values something in life, and it is normal. We may value our jobs, our fame, our toys and souvenirs; whatever it might be. But the most important that we value in life is family and friends. Without family and friends it is very difficult for us to get through life. It is family and friends that hold the key to our lives. That is Familywhy sometimes to do what is right we have to give up some of the things that we value to save a life; even our dreams. You might have a real passion for sled racing, and you can love it and do it as much as you want, but in the end sled racing is just something that you want to do and is not an essential part of our lives because it is not necessary for our survival. It is all about creating a balance between the needs and wants in life. The needs are the things that we must have in order to survive. Wants are something that we would like to have, but are not necessary for survival. Sometimes if you value something that you want over something you need, you may not be able to get through in life. That is why any particular individual would do absolutely anything to give up what they desire to save a life of a friend or family member; and even an innocent life. Friends and family are forever. Wants are not, because you never know what can happen to them. So friends and family are the most important things in this world.

This is what I believe that each film has taught us, and we can use these themes and morals as lessons to benefit us all. If any of you think differently, please do not hesitate to express your own opinions. I would love to hear them. Cheers, mates.


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May 13, 2019
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Well, personally I think the most important thing in the world is the world itself. If we didn't have the planet, we wouldn't be here.

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