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6 Lessons for Life Winnie the pooh Taught us in Childhood

Winnie the Pooh, our old childhood love … One of the important part of our old days. This lovely adorable Bear has taught us a lot of important lessons for life, its time to remember them again… here are few of the important one.

1.Feel love in the Air.

Love isn’t something you can easily put down in words, write, or explain. Have you ever found the word catching on your tongue and you can’t just say it because it’s so much bigger than the four little letters that make up the word?

2. Little things can bring Big Smile to your Face .

You don’t need to buy friends. All the smarts and money in the world can’t buy true friendship. It’s the “Happy Birthday” when no one else remembered. It’s the visit and the talk. Or, for Eeyore, it’s the popped balloon and empty jar as birthday gifts.


3. Appreciate Uniqueness.

“The wonderful thing about Tiggers, is Tiggers are a wonderful thing!” Each character from Winnie the Pooh is unique. And they are all friends through their differences. I think Tigger’s famous song explains it best. The best thing about Tiggers? He’s the only one. And he’s right. You are you, and that is the best thing ever.


5. Be thankful for every thing you have.

A lot of things come and go in the world. Some are harder to let go, and that’s how you know it meant so much more than you probably gave it credit for. So look around you and appreciate the fact that you have so much. A little thoughtfulness goes a long way.

5. Exercise is just as important as loving yourself.

Pooh’s morning warm-ups have him singing “I’m short and fat and proud of that.” He preaches body image positivity, but he does explain that exercise is very important to our lives. I think illness is more of a problem than getting stuck in a door for us outside of the Hundred-Acre Woods.

6. A good friend is all what we need.

If you don’t want to cry, don’t read the last chapter of Winnie the Pooh. Still gets me. Throughout the entire series the power of friendship, love, and care spills across the pages. If I could have a friendship like Pooh’s and Piglet’s then my life would be set. Together they are a great match. Piglet is brave with Pooh’s support. And Pooh is content with Piglet’s love. And isn’t that enough?

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