Robert Fulghum Quote

There are places we all come from — deep-rooty-common places — that make us who they are. And we disdain them or treat them lightly at our peril. We turn our backs on them at the risk of self-contempt. There is a sense in which we need to go home again — and can go home again. Not to recover home, no. But to sanctify memory.


All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten (1986)

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There are places we all come from — deep-rooty-common places — that make us who they are. And we disdain them or treat them lightly at our peril. ...

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There are places we all come from — deep-rooty-common places — that make us who they are. And we disdain them or treat them lightly at our peril. ...

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There are places we all come from — deep-rooty-common places — that make us who they are. And we disdain them or treat them lightly at our peril. ...

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There are places we all come from — deep-rooty-common places — that make us who they are. And we disdain them or treat them lightly at our peril. ...