Just a few words.

In writing on November 15, 2011 at 12:15 am

A couple of years ago, frustrated by an encounter with a grownup who didn’t appear to have learned basic kindergarten rules about playing well with others, I began thinking about my young daughter. Kids hear so much about rules and manners from so many directions as they grow up that it must seem overwhelming sometimes. I started thinking about what Big Life rules have shaken out as the most important after 40-plus years. How would I pare it down to one or two all-purpose things that would be easy for a kid to remember? (My version of the golden rules, I guess?) This is what I came up with …



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