Life Lessons

We have all grown up seeing and reading about a friendly bear who has answer’s to all problems of life. Of course, we learnt to appreciate him more and better with age. Yes, I am talking about Winnie-The-Pooh who lives in The Hundred Acre Wood with his friends. He first came to life in A. A. Milne’s book in 1924 and was adopted by Disney in 1961.

There’s a lot of life’s wisdom that can be learnt from this cute big bear. I share the two learnings that I need to apply in my life!

  • Live in the moment : Seizing each moment in life means being conscious, aware and in the present with all of our senses. It means not dwelling on the past, nor being anxious or worrying about the future.

Live in the moment

  •  If you want something, go and get it. If you genuinely want something, don’t wait for it. Simply go after it, work for it and stop not till the goal is achieved. Go get it

Thank you Pooh for sharing some wise lessons for us to learn and grow.

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  1. I love the gentle wisdom of Winnie the Pooh. Thanks for this great little post reminding us how great Pooh is. Actually I was listening to a musical recording of Christopher Robin’s prayers today that I found on Youtube from a 1941 recording of Anne Stephens, this little British girl who did a record in WWII time. I had the 45 record when I was a kid so it was very nostalgic to listen to the recording today.
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  2. Sometimes cartoon characters are much wiser than us so called adults, aren’t they? these simple yet profound words never fail to bring a smile, thank you for the smile Shilpa 🙂
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  3. lovely!! and so utterly sweet!! two of my fav characters!! and pooh can be so wise!

    I heard a speech by a well know orator recently, and he says that kids can be so carefree because they have no worries of the future or regrets of the past…all they do is live in today…which we adults don’t!

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