During the day we deal with different people and issues which make us forget about positivity, love and kindness to others.
Unfortunately, we remember our friendship or family, just when we need something from them.
But if you just try to not forget them and call them when you feel happy too?
Because the next day you won’t have an helping hand and you can be alone!
Scroll down to see which are some life lessons from Mister Rogers, before it isn’t too late!
Which Are 5 Life Lessons You Can Learn From Mister Rogers?
1. UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE IS FIGHTING A TOUGH BATTLE, SO BE KIND TO ALL.
“Part of the problem with the word disabilities is that it immediately suggests an inability to see or hear or walk or do other things that many of us take for granted. But what of people who can’t feel? Or talk about their feelings? Or manage their feelings in constructive ways? What of people who aren’t able to form close and strong relationships? And people who cannot find fulfillment in their lives, or those who have lost hope, who live in disappointment and bitterness and find in life no joy, no love? These, it seems to me, are the real disabilities.”
2. WE’RE HERE TO HELP OTHERS FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEIR OWN EXISTENCE.
“As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has–or ever will have–something inside that is unique to all time. It’s our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression.”
3. CHERISH THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE.
“In the external scheme of things, shining moments are as brief as the twinkling of an eye, yet such twinklings are what eternity is made of — moments when we human beings can say “I love you,” “I’m proud of you,” “I forgive you,” “I’m grateful for you.” That’s what eternity is made of: invisible imperishable good stuff.”
- NEVER GIVE UP.
“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”
5. WE HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO HELP ONE ANOTHER ON THIS PLANET.
“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say, ‘It’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.’ Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”
“I hope you’re proud of yourself for the times you’ve said ‘yes,’ when all it meant was extra work for you and was seemingly helpful only to somebody else.”
“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ To this day, especially in times of ‘disaster,’ I remember my mother’s words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there are still so many helpers–so many caring people in this world.”