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Golden rule for kids

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  1. Always be kind to yourself and others.
  2. Believe in yourself, and you can achieve anything.
  3. Reading is a superpower; use it well.
  4. Respect your parents and teachers.
  5. It’s okay to make mistakes; learn from them.
  6. Share your toys and happiness.
  7. Be grateful for what you have.
  8. Say “please” and “thank you.”
  9. Never give up, even when things get tough.
  10. Always tell the truth.
  11. Be a good friend; treat others how you want to be treated.
  12. Be curious; ask lots of questions.
  13. Help someone in need without expecting anything in return.
  14. Use your words to express your feelings.
  15. Be patient; good things take time.
  16. Take care of your body; eat healthy and stay active.
  17. Be honest with yourself and others.
  18. Don’t be afraid to try new things.
  19. Listen more, talk less.
  20. Respect nature and the environment.
  21. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it.
  22. Dream big and work hard to achieve your dreams.
  23. Be responsible for your actions.
  24. Be generous and share with others.
  25. Laugh often and find joy in the little things.
  26. Stand up for what is right, even if it’s not popular.
  27. Learn from your failures; they are stepping stones to success.
  28. Stay true to yourself; don’t change to fit in.
  29. Treat everyone with kindness and empathy.
  30. Always do your best, even when no one is watching.
  31. Be polite and use good manners.
  32. Value experiences over possessions.
  33. Apologize when you’ve made a mistake.
  34. Be open-minded and accepting of others’ differences.
  35. Choose friends who lift you up and inspire you.
  36. Practice gratitude every day.
  37. Trust yourself and your instincts.
  38. Be brave; courage is not the absence of fear but facing it.
  39. Focus on what you can control and let go of what you can’t.
  40. Don’t be afraid to say “I don’t know”; it’s okay to learn.
  41. Be a good listener; it shows you care.
  42. Be optimistic; positivity attracts positivity.
  43. Work hard and stay committed to your goals.
  44. Learn to share and compromise with others.
  45. Be humble; there’s always more to learn.
  46. Learn to forgive; holding grudges only hurts you.
  47. Be mindful of your screen time; balance is essential.
  48. Stay away from gossip and negative talk.
  49. Take responsibility for your actions and choices.
  50. Be true to your word; your integrity matters.
  51. Learn to manage your time wisely.
  52. Practice good hygiene and cleanliness.
  53. Value the importance of family and spending time together.
  54. Show appreciation to those who love and support you.
  55. Believe in the power of “please” and “thank you.”
  56. Use your creativity and imagination to solve problems.
  57. Don’t be afraid to stand out and be different.
  58. Be a peacemaker; resolve conflicts with kindness.
  59. Learn to save and spend money wisely.
  60. Be a team player; success is sweeter when shared.
  61. Look for the good in every situation.
  62. Take care of your belongings and those of others.
  63. Learn from your elders; they have valuable wisdom to share.
  64. Be honest, even when it’s difficult.
  65. Accept that failure is a part of growth.
  66. Stay curious and never stop learning.
  67. Be inclusive and make everyone feel welcome.
  68. Face challenges with a positive attitude.
  69. Choose friends who inspire you to be your best self.
  70. Be a good sport; winning isn’t everything.
  71. Use technology responsibly and safely.
  72. Choose kindness over being right.
  73. Believe in the power of teamwork.
  74. Practice empathy; try to understand others’ feelings.
  75. Learn to appreciate the beauty of nature.
  76. Be respectful to your elders and teachers.
  77. Share your knowledge and skills with others.
  78. Avoid comparing yourself to others; you are unique.
  79. Be brave enough to apologize when you’re wrong.
  80. Trust your intuition; it’s usually right.
  81. Don’t be afraid to express your emotions.
  82. Be a problem solver, not a complainer.
  83. Learn to love and care for animals.
  84. Be responsible for your belongings and actions.
  85. Value the importance of sleep and rest.
  86. Treat everyone with fairness and equality.
  87. Be mindful of your words;
  88. Stand up for what you believe in.
  89. Be open to new experiences.
  90. Be tolerant of different cultures and beliefs.
  91. Don’t be afraid to fail.
  92. Don’t compare yourself to others.

Author: TxNaturalPediatrics

By training, I am a American Board Certified Pediatrician. But in my younger years I grew up with natural alternatives. As a mom I have tried to incorporate both for my kids and it has worked wonders. And finally, as I am studying natural & alternative medicines, I realize the beauty and wisdom of living closer to earth. Hence in my practice I integrate both...for acute ailments I follow American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation but for simple and/or chronic conditions I prefer natural alternatives. In western training we were raised to think that "health is the absence of symptoms and problems". But eastern sensibilities has educated me that "Health is state that allows one to use the full capabilities of their body, mind and intellect. Therefore, healthy living is a balanced state of well being: physically, mentally, socially and spiritually." This implies that healing is not a "one-pill-fits-all", but a personalized experience.

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