My rendezvous with these cute little rodents started in April. But they're so much more than grater machine with a cute nose. They are teachers in their own ways.
Always clean yourself.
Always clean your hands, mouth, feet, genitals whenever you can. Especially after your meal.
Run and run and run. Then don't forget to clean your body after exercise and before you go to sleep.
Enough sleep is important.
Life has to be balance, you run (read: work hard) much, you rest much.
Drink enough water.
A lot of running and a lot of sleeping can be dehydrating.
Stock up (prepare for the days ahead).
Nobody knows what tomorrow might bring. Could be more food, could be no food at all. So when there is food (read: opportunities) just grab as much as you cheek can fill
Know your place.
Youngest or oldest? Novice or professional? Always watch your position. Don't try to be smart, don't be bossy towards the older ones.
Be nice to your family
You can fight whole day (maybe over the food), but always make up before you go to sleep. Especially if you're sleeping with your siblings. Your family will be the first to be there when you need them, and the first to steal -I mean, share- the food.
Who would've thought that such humble creatures can teach you so much!
"Most people would rather be certain they're miserable, than risk being happy."
Checked out my Facebook today, and here's what I saw:
"i feel like crap..."
"why so difficult to smile and be happy when you're feelin stressed....?"
"menjadi pribadi yang berguna di lingkunganmu tanpa harus terlebih dulu membuat list panjang kekuranganmu. seharusnya USE jadinya USELESS!"
And the likes --so many likes. Well, seems like they haven't heard what the wise men said:
"If you want to be happy, be."
"If only we'd stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time."
"Nobody really cares if you're miserable, so you might as well be happy."