The Jungle Book is the "real" version of the Disney movie from 1967. It is a fable about animals and the balance between them. However, Mowgly is a human that lives with them and combines the human intelligence with the animal instinct.
This story shows us that we can be whatever we want to be and we just have to believe and work in order to achieve it. Mowgly is a human and the law of the jungle does not accept a human. Despite that, Mowgly proves that he is different and that this fact doesn't have to be a barrier in order to live with the animals.
On one hand, he just loves being with the animals and learns from all of the creatures. On the other they comprehend that there has to be no fear of Shere Khan (the tiger) because if they stay united there's nothing to worry about.
The film does not draw on the music of the original animated version but it still has the magic of the tales that Rudyard Kipling wrote and it's essence, that it does stay, even if the way isn't the same.
Another lesson that takes life with the words of Baloo:
Look for the bare necessities
The simple bare necessities
Forget about your worries and your strifeI mean the bare necessities
That's why a bear can rest at ease
With just the bare necessities of life
Busca lo mas vital no más
Nunca del trabajo hay que abusar
Si buscas lo más esencial Si nada mas ambicionar
Mamá naturaleza te lo da