Probably one of the longest running cartoon series around the world is The Simpsons that runs for more than 23 years. I have grown up watching Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie show what a typical American family looks like. The said cartoon series shows a lot of lessons to be learned with the culture depicting a wide range of issues that are usually happening in the country for several decades and counting.
I have not watched the maiden episode of the said cartoon series, but I grew up watching them. I loved how Bart was able to do so many mistakes and errors and how his mother and father correct him. There are times when a member of the family commits an error and they deal with it.
One of the most valuable lessons I learned watching The Simpsons is that no matter what you do and sometimes you think that you are the only one affected, the fact is you are wrong. Because whatever you do, there is always a family of yours that will be put to the test.
I have shared this cartoon series to my children only to see the reality of life, though there are dangers sometimes when watching because of typical life scenarios like drinking, smoking, etc. And with this, all you can do is guide them while watching so that they will be able to inculcate in their mind this longest running cartoon series in the world history. The show was created by Matt Groening and still running today.