John Stamos Shares Inspirational Disney Instagram Post After Parks Shut Down

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It’s safe to say these last few days, even weeks, have been tough on our community. COVID-19 has been taking over the world as it quickly spreads and affects individuals on a daily basis.

And in order to keep Disney guests and Cast Members safety as the number one priority, the Disney Parks have decided to shut down all theme parks within the last few days.

John Stamos, a huge Disney fan himself, decided to take to social media and share some words of encouragement and inspiration to his fans during this unfortunate time.

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Please take a moment to read these words to It’s a Small World (without the ‘earworm’ melody, as Richard Sherman calls it) This simple song was written as a prayer for peace at the height of the Cold War. But it’s as poignant today as it was when it debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Penned by the sons of immigrants, the great Richard and Robert Sherman – it speaks to the universal emotions we share—laughter, tears, hope, and fears—assuring us that though we are divided by the mountains and oceans of geography, language, culture and politics, the same moon and sun that shines on us here, shines on Italy, Spain and everywhere else in the world. In its most hopeful idealism, the song invites us to see the world beyond our privilege, and realize we’re connected in ways we don’t even realize.  Thank you Sherman Brothers. #Namastamos

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Stamos posted a series of photos, with the words of that famous (and very catchy) song to “it’s a small world”. Along with the series of photos, he wrote: “Please take a moment to read these words to It’s a Small World (without the ‘earworm’ melody, as Richard Sherman calls it). This simple song was written as a prayer for peace at the height of the Cold War. But it’s as poignant today as it was when it debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964.”

Stamos couldn’t have spoken truer words. Though this song was written during the Cold War to bring peace to the community, this is extremely relevant in today’s world, not just because it recently marked its New York World Fair debut anniversary, but also because of everything going on surrounding coronavirus.

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He continued to write “Penned by the sons of immigrants, the great Richard and Robert Sherman – it speaks to the universal emotions we share—laughter, tears, hope, and fears—assuring us that though we are divided by the mountains and oceans of geography, language, culture and politics, the same moon and sun that shines on us here, shines on Italy, Spain and everywhere else in the world. In its most hopeful idealism, the song invites us to see the world beyond our privilege, and realize we’re connected in ways we don’t even realize.  Thank you Sherman Brothers.”

The Full House actor wrote this beautifully and truer words couldn’t have been spoken. Take the time to actually read and comprehend what Stamos has said. It really is beautiful. This is an unfortunate and stressful time for many, but let’s take these words of inspiration and encouragement and keep our heads held high.

How is the coronavirus affecting you and your family? Have you rescheduled your Disney vacation? Let us know in the comments.

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