Watch out for traffic, hold hands, and stick together.
I don’t think it gets much simpler than that. In fact, I wrote a post about Robert Fulghum’s poem many months ago.
I think it bears repeating: We learned everything we need to know in Kindergarten. As grown ups, we often let life get in the way of basic courtesies and common goodness. We forget what we know in our hearts.
Look both ways.
Consider both sides.
Think before you act.
Say you’re sorry.
Hold hands and stick together.
Be kind to those less fortunate.
Just be kind.
How will you keep it simple today?