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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful book from an American Hero, June 21, 2000
This review is from: All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten (Mass Market Paperback)
Fulghum's outlook on life is refreshing. He finds simple pleasures in everyday life that many people are missing. The core of his book(s) revolves around treating ourselves and others with kindness, exploring everything with wonder our Surroundings, and giving each other that special kind of boost that says I know your their and I'm glad. If you're looking for deep thought and didn't find it here I challenge you to reread it. I would go so far to say that he is the Tao Tzu of out times. In a world so filled with hatred and actions designed to break others down Fulghum has written a book that can bring the kind, wonderous child in all of us out. I cannot recommend it more.
finally, Yes I always buy lemonaid from kids on the street corner even if I have to circle the block. It's worth the smiles :)
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Initial post: Oct 25, 2011 2:32:51 AM PDT
Roger Oakes says:
Reviews like this are why there is a cliche that says, "Ignorance is bliss...." The spelling is so bad that anyone this stupid is not capable of feeling the real pain in the real world. That brings to mind the other very applicable cliche for this reviewer, "No Brain, No Pain!!"
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