There's a lot you can learn about life--just by paying attention to little things, and by noticing people others overlook. Frogs become princes. Victories emerge out of disasters.
In his whimsical style Maxie Dunnam offers lessions he has gleaned from the lives of famous people, everyday people and the world around him:
*Everybody is somebody.
*You should go home again.
*Cry if you must, but laughter is better.
*Thanks is a good word; forgiveness isn't bad either.
*'Silence is golden' is a tarnished expression.
*Live until they bury you.
*Before you search for something you desperately want, make sure you don't already have it.
*We all need to be connected to somebody.
*You can believe the truth about yourself, no matter how beautiful.
*Sometimes you have to stop.