The greatest lesson my parents ever taught me was treat others the way you would be like to be treated
That is a very important lesson that most people are taught!
The golden rule is a very important thing that should be taught to everyone.
The golden rule is a very important to learn.
The best lesson that my dad ever taught me was to treat others with respect and to help others when they need it.
That's a good lesson that everyone should know.
That is definitely something every person should know.
Hats a really good lesson, I wish other people could be thought that and reminded that.
The best lesson that I was taught would probably be "to see perspectively from another's point of view and not just your own."
That is a very important lesson to know.
I agree I really like that lesson
Sometimes though, you just can't understand another persons view. That's alright too.
The biggest thing is to be kind, and to think about others before yourself. Basically if you do this, everything can build off of that. There are lots of benefits of being kind.
Putting others before yourself is always a good thing to learn.
You are completely right. Kindness is key and others like it when you treat them well. Everything defeinitely builds off of attitude.
The feeling that you did something kind and the good karma later are definitely benefits of being kind.
The greatest lesson that my brother ever taught me was even when you want to quit just push though and it'll all be worth it in the end.
Yes perseverance is a very important thing to learn.
He would tell me this in track last year when I was having a bad day. It really is worth it in the end!!
Determination is a very good lesson. Getting through some things can be hard, but usually it is worth it and makes you happy afterward.
My parents have always taught me do what makes you happy and what you're passionate about, but also make money.
That's a good point that I didn't think about right away, I like money.
Good advice 😂👌
That's a good lesson. It's also very true.
The greatest lesson my dad taught me was to never give up. I first started skateboarding young and I wasn't good at it of course and I would always yell and throw my board around, but my dad never gave up on me. He showed me tips and helped me learn my first ollie and now I'm pretty mediocre at skateboarding.
Never giving up is a great life lesson, because it shows you can work through situations
My grandma taught me that some people will just never understand how you feel. (Not sure if that's a good thing)
That is a good lesson but I'm not sure if that is good or bad either.
My parents and grandparents have all taught me to work hard for what I want, and to do what makes me happy. They have shown me how to never give up.
*cough* *cough* like on Brody😂😂
That is such an important life lesson that you will carry with you through your lifetime!
Those are definitely great lessons for life.
I learned how to get people across the boarder and or bring stuff over😂 I feel like that's a super good lesson. My brothers awesome for it
That could definitely come in handy one day.
My grandpa always told me to not give up no matter how hard. Don't get frustrated. And catch the damn calf. 😂
Your grandpa sounds like an awesome dude😂😂
My dad told me that I need to work hard with everything that I do because it will feel a lot better to be successful than to suck and wish I had worked harder.
The greatest lesson my parents taught me was that you don't always just get what you want. You have to work hard and sacrifice things if you want to reach your goals. And to never give up if it gets challenging.
My cousin taught me these lessons. They are "The faster you go, the faster you're done," and "No matter how hard a day may be, that day will end and a new one will start." These mean a lot to me because these words have gotten me through some physically and mentally tough times.
Those are pretty good quotes. It's good to know you always can have a fresh start.
The best lesson i learned wasn't a formal lesson. I just saw what happened when my grandpa didn't accept people for who they are. He still lives alone and miserable and I don't want that.
That's really depressing but it's also a good thing you saw that so you don't make the same mistake.
My parents taught me to treat others the way you want to be treated.
That is good thing to remember. It seems when you are nice to others they are sometimes nice back to you.
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