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All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten is a beautiful poem written by Robert Fulghum about how everything you learn in kindergarten can be applied throughout your entire life You learn everything from the golden rule to basic sanitation in kindergarten and it never becomes useless information In the poem Fulghum says Share everything Play fair Dont hit people Put things back where you found them Clean up your own mess Dont take things that arent yours Say youre sorry when you hurt someone To a child Share everything means that you have to share your toys or candy For an adult it means the same thing only its a bit more elaborate Yes we have to share our toys cars power tools etc but we also have to share other things like our feelings recognition and the proverbial spot light Play fair is very important to a child They know that if they dont play fair they dont get to play at all It has basically the same meaning for us grown-ups If you dont play fair then nobody will want play with you and who wants that For adults if we dont play fair its known as stabbing someone in the back And nobody likes a back stabber Dont hit people means the same thing no matter how old you get For some people the rule is dont hit people but if you had a dad like mine the rule was dont take the first swing which is also a very good rule Put things back where you found them this one also doesnt really change with age If you were to ask a five year old what it meant they would tell that they have to put their toys back in the toy box hang their coat on the hook and make sure the clothes are in the hamper This might be very challenging for a man but I
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