100 Lessons Kids Should Learn #91 – #100



91.  Self-discipline.

In sports, many penalties are not called on the person who broke the rules, but against the person who reacts. Learn to control your emotions.


92.  Graffiti is not art.

Just because you can misspell your name using spray paint doesn’t make it art…it makes it a crime. Real art makes a statement, makes people think and adds to culture. If you feel the need to spray paint a wall, consider going to school to learn real art skills…and to spell.


93.  Do what’s right, not what’s easy.

The right thing might not be popular or easy but as long as YOU know it’s right, then do it.


94.  Don’t be so serious all the time.

Laugh once in a while. You’d be surprised at how good it makes you feel.


95.  Respect all animals.

If you’re not going to eat it, don’t kill it.


96.  If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.

You will be amazed at how much trouble you WON’T get into.


97.  Penmanship.

Unless you’re a doctor writing a prescription, learn to write neatly so that you and others will understand your notes. Pens and pencils are the things us old folks use when we can’t type.


98.  Treat others how you would like to be treated.

If you want people to be nice to you, then be nice to them.


99.  Wear a helmet when biking, sledding or skateboarding.

You may not think they’re cool but neither is being in the hospital, in a wheelchair or even dead.


100.  Don’t EVER take medical advice from a celebrity.

They live in a world of make believe and so does their medical advice. Unless it comes from a real doctor, a celebrity’s advice can cause you a lot of trouble.



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