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Oh, the Places Youll Go!

  • Oh, the Places Youll Go! 10 inspirational Dr. Seuss quotes for kids young and old 1 of 11
  • Be yourself 2 of 11
    Sure, we've all tried to be smarter, prettier, funnier ... but have you ever tried to be more you? Dr. Seuss reminds us the importance of simply being ourselves.
  • Be the change you want to see in the world 3 of 11
    Just like the Lorax speaks for the trees, we need to speak up for the causes that mean something to us. Remember: Any person, no matter how small, is capable of changing the world (or even just yours).
  • Dream big 4 of 11
    As parents, we do our best to raise kids with good sense and the tools they need to succeed, but ultimately they choose their own direction. Encourage them to dream big.
  • Don’t be afraid to try new things 5 of 11
    New experiences make us smarter, more culturally aware, and yes, sometimes they just help us learn that we don't like something. If you never try, you'll never know.
  • Be gracious 6 of 11
    For everything we have, there is someone, somewhere, who has less. Be gracious … and giving.
  • Knowledge is power 7 of 11
    Dr. Seuss reminds us the power of a good book — it can both take us to incredible places and give us the knowledge we need to go further in school, our jobs, and more!
  • Find humor everywhere 8 of 11
    Trust us, life is hard enough. The ability to laugh when you could cry, get angry, or give up in despair is a skill we should all hope to master.
  • Fitting in isn’t everything 9 of 11
    From tweens and teens to middle-aged parents, we all have a habit of conforming to what people think is normal. Dr. Seuss reminds us it's okay to stand out from the crowd.
  • Its okay to fail 10 of 11
    Sure it's fun to be the best of the best, but there's also a lot to be learned from those times you don't come out on top. Failing — and doing so graciously — is an experience kids young and old can learn from.
  • Everyone matters 11 of 11
    From the President to a stranger on the street to all of the tiny people in Whoville, every person matters and deserves to be treated equally.
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