Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers) defined three basic things as most important for children in life that also very much apply to adults.
- Helping people feel good about themselves
- The ability to get along with others
- And appreciate the world around us
Love who you are and how unique you may be.
Learning to play well with others is a goal rarely pursued by adults although it is just as important.
Appreciating the world around us is difficult when that world’s focus is a smartphone.
Looking for happiness and fulfillment is hard to do without being skilled at mastering Mister Rogers’ three most important things in life.
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