Tue, 2014-04-29 05:00 News Staff
By Lynette Sowell
Robert Fulghum wrote a piece some years ago titled “Everything I needed to know I learned in kindergarten.” It’s short but pithy, full of life lessons that we’ve been taught from an early age. Gems like
sharing, playing fair, saying you’re sorry when you hurt somebody. Sometimes, though, we think that once we’ve grown up, those lessons no longer apply to us. We’re mature, we’re “above” childish stories that are basic life skills.
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