Quotes of Wisdom From Maya and the Three

Quotes of Wisdom From Maya and the Three

Be it “The Boss Baby” or “My Little Pony”, Netflix has been churning out some of the best kids’ content for a long time now. And, not only kids but full-grown adults also seem to enjoy these. One such series which is doing the rounds lately is Maya and the Three. Maya and the Three quotes are not only funny and relatable, but there is a much deeper meaning to every dialogue.

A quick overview

Maya, a warrior princess, celebrates her fifteenth birthday in a world based on pre-colonial Mesoamerica and other indigenous cultures. But all flip when the underworld gods visit and tell her she must pay for her family’s wrongdoings.

If Maya refuses, the gods will destroy the earth, so she sets off on a mission to fulfill a prophecy. The prophecy claims that three warriors would come to assist her in defeating the gods and saving humanity from extinction. Netflix released this Mexican animated fantasy series on October 22, 2021.

Now that we have summed up the series, let’s dive right into Maya and the Three quotes.

“You were pure in an impure world”

“This power in you can be great or it can be dangerous. You just need to believe in yourself as much as I believe in you.”

“You’ll never be alone again once you know your true worth.”

“It is hard to find one’s way to light on a path that runs through darkness.”

“Kings can often be very shortsighted.” 

“Before you start complaining about what you don’t have, be thankful for what you do have.”

“You’re kind of broken, aren’t you?”

“Gold has value because it’s rare. Life has value because it’s short. Death gives life value.”

“Sacrifices are more effective when they’re ripe.”

“Just because we’re mad at you, doesn’t mean we’re gonna abandon you.”

“Never give up. Fight to the end.”

“Even though he’s afraid, he’s brave enough to keep trying.”

“You must find the way yourself.”

“If we can’t forgive you, how can we ever forgive ourselves.”

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Which was your favorite quote and why? Let us know in the comments.  One last quote before you leave, “I love you familia. Don’t forget me.”

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