Furgue, By Robert Fulghum

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Simple lessons are still valid, even though we live in a complicated world. Life does not have to be filled with confusion. Robert Fulghum describes the three rules that must be followed in order to lead a healthy life: “put things back where you found them, play and work some every day, hold hands and stick together.” Often the hardest of problems have the simplest of answers. These principles may seem elementary, but they are meaningful. Everyone is going to assume that the first rudiment simply means to clean up after oneself. That is important; however, it can also mean do not hurt anything or anyone. Friendship, for example, means making people better, but not asking them to give up their values. Some will say that change is important,
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