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Mr. Rogers was so prepared that he even prepared children for his death. When he died, his website posted a link to help children understand what happened. The post read, "Remember that
feelings are natural and normal, and that happy
times and sad times are part of everyone's life."
Mr. Rogers was so prepared that he even prepared children for his death. When he died, his website posted a link to help children understand what happened. The post read, "Remember that feelings are natural and normal, and that happy times and sad times are part of everyone's life."
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I feel like Marie Kondo should be added to the trifecta of public figures like Mr. Rogers and Bob Ross that we collectively consider kindly
like, they don't know us personally or anything, but you know they want you to succeed, improve, and live your best lives
people just gently trying to guide us into treating others well, and being kind to ourselves, and tidying up
insomniac-arrest I feel like Marie Kondo should be added to the trifecta of public figures like Mr. Rogers and Bob Ross that we collectively consider kindly like, they don't know us personally or anything, but you know they want you to succeed, improve, and live your best lives people just gently trying to guide us into treating others well, and being kind to ourselves, and tidying up
"There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. "
-Mister Rogers
"There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. " -Mister Rogers
When the world seems dark, I remind myself that Mister Rogers once got a letter from a blind girl, who wrote that she had heard him say he owned fish, but she worried they weren't being fed.
So at the end of every following show, he'd narrate "I'm feeding the fish" just for her.
When the world seems dark, I remind myself that Mister Rogers once got a letter from a blind girl, who wrote that she had heard him say he owned fish, but she worried they weren't being fed. So at the end of every following show, he'd narrate "I'm feeding the fish" just for her.
Don't let yesterday take up too much of
today.
WILL ROGERS
Don't let yesterday take up too much of today. WILL ROGERS
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Fred Rogers / Date of birth 20 March 1928
Mr. Rogers was so prepared that he even prepared children for his death. When he died, his website posted a link to help children understand what happened. The post read, "Remember that
feelings are natural and normal, and that happy
times and sad times are part of everyone's life."
Mr. Rogers was so prepared that he even prepared children for his death. When he died, his website posted a link to help children understand what happened. The post read, "Remember that feelings are natural and normal, and that happy times and sad times are part of everyone's life."
When the world seems dark, I remind myself that Mister Rogers once got a letter from a blind girl, who wrote that she had heard him say he owned fish, but she worried they weren't being fed.
So at the end of every following show, he'd narrate "I'm feeding the fish" just for her.
When the world seems dark, I remind myself that Mister Rogers once got a letter from a blind girl, who wrote that she had heard him say he owned fish, but she worried they weren't being fed. So at the end of every following show, he'd narrate "I'm feeding the fish" just for her.
"There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. "
-Mister Rogers
"There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. " -Mister Rogers
insomniac-arrest
I feel like Marie Kondo should be added to the trifecta of public figures like Mr. Rogers and Bob Ross that we collectively consider kindly
like, they don't know us personally or anything, but you know they want you to succeed, improve, and live your best lives
people just gently trying to guide us into treating others well, and being kind to ourselves, and tidying up
insomniac-arrest I feel like Marie Kondo should be added to the trifecta of public figures like Mr. Rogers and Bob Ross that we collectively consider kindly like, they don't know us personally or anything, but you know they want you to succeed, improve, and live your best lives people just gently trying to guide us into treating others well, and being kind to ourselves, and tidying up