Kindness For Kids

Kids playing football in Villa Doria Pamphili,...

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“Share everything. Play fair. Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody.”

How many of us remember those words since time began?  As we have grown up we may have forgotten how important, and relevant, those words are today. Even more important, perhaps, is the opportunity to pass those words on to our kids. I think it is more important than almost anything they’ll learn in academics. It’s the foundation on which civility is built.

“Put things back where you found them. Don’t take things that aren’t yours.”

Kindness counts – even for kids. Remember to do a kind thing for them and teach them to be kind…

*Quotes from ‘All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten‘ by Robert Fulghum (read more on the “About” page)


One comment

  1. Mom’s training still applies! Thanks for the reminder!

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