We thought we would write up all the morals at the end of He-Man episodes it's a long task so more to come soon, but this will tide you all over for now, eps 1-6
Episode 1 – 'The Cosmic Comet'
Moral as told by Man-At-Arms (Believe in yourself)
“In today's story Zagras had a problem; he lost confidence in himself because he once failed. Well now we all fail sometimes but never be afraid to try again, and we should always keep believing in ourselves. As the old saying goes, 'if at first you don’t succeed try, try again. Until later, bye.”
Episode 2 – 'The Shaping Staff'
Moral as told by Orko (Don't trust strangers)
“In today's story you saw what happened when a stranger came into the palace; they turned out to be evil and dangerous. Turning people into animals is only make-believe, but there's nothing make-believe about how dangerous some strangers can be in real life. Never accept any food or toy or money from a stranger. Don't talk to them and no matter what a stranger may say, never go away with them; terrible things have happened to some kids who did. The smart thing is just walk away, or in my case, just float away.”
Episode 3 – 'Disappearing Act'
Moral as told by Man-At-Arms (Your brain is important)
“Being the most powerful man in the Universe isn’t all that makes He-Man such a great hero. Being strong is fine but there's something even better; in today's story, He-Man used something more powerful than his muscles to beat Skelator. You know what it was? If you said 'his brain', you were right. Just like a muscle, your brain is something you can develop to give yourself power.”
Episode 4 – 'Diamond Ray of Disappearance'
Moral as told by He-Man (Don't take short-cuts)
“In today's story, Skelator was looking for a short-cut, a quick way to some power. You may know some people like that, always looking for the quick way to get ahead of everybody else. Well, it doesn’t work that way; the people who succeed are the ones who work for what they want. So don’t be fooled by those who say they have a sure thing, there's always a catch to it. Don't sell yourself short, the right way is always the best way. Until later.”
Episode 5 – 'She-Demon of Phantos'
Moral as told by He-Man (Think safety!)
“I'd like to talk to you for just a moment about safety. When we go to the beach there are lifeguards there to watch out for our safety. Crossing guards are in the street for the same reason: to help protect us. Now, things like that are fine, but we can't count on someone always being around to protect us; we should practice thinking of safety all the time. So don’t take a chance, and that's whether you're crossing the street or driving a car. Think safety.
Episode 6 – Teela's Quest'
Moral as told by Teela (Adoptive parents love you like bio ones)
“In today's story I went in search of my mother; I found her, but I also found something else: that the man who cared for me since I was a baby, who loved me as he would his own daughter, was just as much my father as any parent could be. So whether they are someone we were born to, or whether they chose us to adopt, it doesn’t matter because they are the ones we call mother and father, and they deserve the same kind of love from us. Until next time.”