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Call it KISS lessons

Of all the lessons life teaches you, the ones that are learnt by raising and growing up with a kid are so impressive. They teach us how to be patient, give space to others, demand what you want and yet not to hurt others deliberately. So simple, yet so focused! You call it simple because as a kid you eat only when you are hungry and sleep when you have to. You don’t plan all the simple things in life, just take it as it comes your way. Forgetting is another great example! Kids don’t remember when mommy/daddy shouts at them for all the silly day-to-day stuff! They either forgive or forget or do both. They just teach you – just relax and move on in life, don’t waste the time on unnecessary grudges! Hope everybody has a smooth uninhabited transition to be a kid whenever they need to be one! KISS – keep it simple silly!

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