I visited some of my old books from the attic and I found an old book that brings to my interest. The best selling book Robert Fulghum “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”. Nowadays, books are more often been read digitally using kindle or smartphones. I wonder if there is a digital version of this book, I have not searched it. Although much heavier to carry, the traditional hardbound books are best for reading. I hope to digest about some of the lessons learned mentioned in the book.
All I Really Need to know I Learned in Kindergarten
This is where giving is all what we have until it hurts. We often give what is only extra to us. True giving is sharing a part of us to others.
Whether we are at work or any other personal dealings in life we should always play fair. To be honest in work and doing the best.
Put things back where you found them
The virtue of orderliness is being taught early in the children and as an adult being orderly is still applicable in life. Returning borrowed things immediately is also important.
Live a balanced life
We often try to focus in working alone, for writers who post article by article in a day choosing to work rather than go out and meet other people or go out for a ride or watch a movie. There are times that we realized that we need to slow down and live a balanced life for ourselves and family.