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20 life lessons from Mister Rogers

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"It's my belief that the capacity to accept help is inseparable from the capacity to give help when our turn comes to be strong."

This quote was listed on the PBS website under "Thoughts for all ages."
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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Nobody is perfect. Dis-ease's are contagious. Cure then with the three gifts you can give and still keep. Your smile, your heart and your word. Forgiveness is more for the giver to move into the future than the trespasser.

Anonyme
Orem, UT

I had a feeling the name Rogers was going to give you trouble. On the second page, you have "Rogers's had a strong opinion . . ." Then you have "Rogers' saw a television set . . ." Also, it's "Emmys," not "Emmy's."

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Funny, in the last election cycle we kept hearing from one of the parties, that Mr Rogers and PBS was a communist plot that should receive no funding.
Yet in reality Mr Rogers did far more for children than that party ever has.

The Solution
Dayton, OH

Many childhood hours were spent watching and learning from this great man. Thanks Fred Rogers for imparting your wisdom.

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

Mr. Rogers had quite a background. Wasn't he a Navy Seal and wore the sweater to cover up his tattoos? Just amazing that such a tough guy could interact with children so well.

JohnTanner
Orem, UT

I loved growing up watching Mister Rogers, and I am very happy that his legacy lives on and that my kids can watch Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood and learn some of these same great lessons.

Rocky Mtn Lady
Columbus, MS

To bad your web master had to flip the article from Mr. Rogers 20 Life's Lessons to introduce the Jazz.

The Solution
Dayton, OH

No he was not a seal, nor a marine sharpshooter; no tattoos. He was an ordained minister and a lifelong broadcaster for the children's show. Not a mean bone in his body.

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