• Starting in his youth, Fulghum sat down and wrote out a list of personal beliefs.
• The first list was quite long because Fulghum wanted to cover all his bases, but over the years, the list has become shorter.
• First, Fulghum was idealistic with his list, but today his lists may be cynical, comical, or boring.
• Fulghum puts high-octane gas into his old car one day. The car bucks the whole way home.
• Fulghum realized that the credo is much like gas; if there is too much to process, it won't be good for anyone. From that day on, the credo became everything he had learned in kindergarten.
• Examples of these rules include playing fair, sharing, cleaning up after yourself, and taking naps.
• One day Fulghum is doing laundry and his washer breaks. Soon after, his dryer breaks down as well. Fulghum likens the broken washer...
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