Honest is the best policy.
So the next time you find yourself saying “just this one time,” remember what you’re trading off in the process.
Be careful not to lose your temper at the expense of a single difficulty. You may make matters worse.
One way to help teach fairness is to promote compromise.
Moral: Slow and steady (and humble!) wins the race.
Helping a child recognize the impact of kindness is a fabulous way to convey to our kids that caring is important to us and can make our world a better place.
Moral: If we work together we can succeed, but if we fight amongst ourselves we will get nowhere.
“Who’s to say? I don’t know whether there’s a curse in every blessing, but I am sure there’s a blessing in every curse.”
It’s easy to scorn what you can’t get.
Manners are a good way for you to show gratitude, display respect, and demonstrate kindness.