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    28 Lessons Winnie-The-Pooh Can Teach You About Life

    Everything you need to know from The Hundred Acre Wood.

    Winnie-The-Pooh is a friendly bear who lives in The Hundred Acre Wood with his friends. He first came to life in A. A. Milne's book in 1924 and was adopted by Disney in 1961. Since then, Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends have appeared everywhere from our TV screens to the cinema. Anyone who grew up wanting to visit The Hundred Acre Wood knows that Winnie-the-Pooh has answers to all of life's problems. Herewith, our pick of his best:

    1. Cherish your friends.

    2. Live in the moment.

    3. Never take your friends for granted.

    4. Using long words is overrated.

    5. You can never be too vigilant.

    6. Few things are better than a truly yummy breakfast.

    7. If you want something, go and get it.

    8. There's no such thing as a silly question.

    9. Sometimes, it's OK to do nothing.

    10. The world can be a confusing place.

    11. Size doesn't matter.

    12. Love can really hurt.

    13. There is always a silver lining to be found.

    14. Look after your body.

    15. Don't sweat the small things.

    16. Be patient.

    17. Manners don't mean everything.

    18. There are some things you can't explain.

    19. Being smart is kinda overrated.

    20. Sometimes, working towards getting something you really want is even better than having it.

    21. There's no problem that can't be solved by a cup of tea.

    22. Balloons are just one of the best things.

    23. There's more to life than this.

    24. You can't explain love.

    25. People say some really dumb things.

    26. It's OK to get confused.

    27. It's good to make believe sometimes.

    28. Slow and steady wins the race.