Wisdom From a 6 Year Old – One-Liner Wednesday

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After behaving badly, the 4 year old sits in the time-out chair crying and yelling about how life isn’t fair. Calmly sitting down next to her, her 6 year old friend nicely explains, “If you don’t learn to take responsibilities for your actions now when you’re a little girl, then you won’t grow up to be a very good or successful adult.”

If a 6 year old knows this, shouldn’t everyone?


This post is for One-Liner Wednesday, hosted by LindaGHill.

 

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19 Responses to Wisdom From a 6 Year Old – One-Liner Wednesday

  1. This 6 years old kid have heard something at home. I wonder, if he understand the deeper meaning behind. If he does, all should know 🙂

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  2. John Holton says:

    Should? Yes. Do? No.

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  3. amen!
    I remember a time when Mr. T was about that age and a friend of his had to clean his room and was throwing a fit and Mr. T goes “If you don’t learn how to clean your room, then when you grow up it will be messy and girls won’t want to come over”
    🙂

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  4. I loved Kate’s comment! Mr. T. was wise beyond his years!

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  5. joyroses13 says:

    Impressive 6 year old 🙂

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  6. joey says:

    Very wise. There seems to be quite a bit of arrested development…

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  7. amommasview says:

    What a smart child 😉

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  8. YES! We absolutely should.

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  9. April says:

    A very wise 6-year-old.

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