15 Life Lessons, As Told by Dr. SeussI love to read. Magazines, novels, shampoo labels, blogs — you name it. And since my Ma raised me right, I grew up on a plethora of Dr. Seuss books. From the Cat in the Hat , to The Lorax a personal favorite , the books I thought were just fun stories were teaching me more at a young age than I could ever really understand. Seuss exemplifies this silly youthfulness in way no one else really can.
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This was the first of 46 works he published for children. Seuss died in at the age of He left the world his indelible spirit which is imprinted on the pages of his famous books. Many of the following Dr. Seuss quotes are well known to children and adults for their wit, wisdom, and fun…. Drop every fear.
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Seuss once said that he never began writing a story with a moral in mind. While he may not have set out to moralize, there are countless bits of truth and life lessons to be learned in his books. We set out to find Dr. Feel free to download and print these quotes, share them with friends, or hang them up wherever you need a little inspiration! But it starts with caring and taking responsibility. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself Any direction you choose.
Every March 2nd, Americans celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss a. Ted Geisel by reading his work… and by sharing words he neither wrote nor said. I understand why. Seuss could be pithy. Mark Twain, Ghandi, Groucho Marx, and many others have posthumously become the authors of many ideas.