Like Belle before her, Pocahontas must choose between the raptures of what might be and the stolid reality of what is. Romance vs. realism: This is a beautiful notion, that we are imprisoned by conventional choices and set free by unconventional ones. It's "The Bridges of Madison County" notion.
It's a lovely notion for, say, a 45-year-old trying to decide whether to buy his wife a freezer or a cruise. But for a child who still has trouble with "right" and "left," much less "right" and "wrong," it's confusing. It seems only fair to teach a child how to live in society before you tell her how living according to society's rules will frustrate her.