There's something about The Hundred Acre Wood characters! Although the Winnie-the-Pooh stories (and Disney adaptations in particular) are every bit child-ish, you've got to admire how well A. A. Milne captured the different kinds of people traits in his animals. Quite philosophical. Got myself this little Winnie-the-Pooh wise words book published by Egmont Children's Books Limited and picked off some of the better quotes below:
"Although Eating Honey is a very good thing to do, there is a moment just before you begin to eat it which is better than when you are."
"If you're always saying, 'We'll see,' nothing ever happens."
"It's best to know what you are looking for before you look for it."
"It's just the day for doing things."
"When you are a bear of very Little Brain, and you Think of Things, you sometimes find that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside you is quite different when it gets out in the open and has other people looking at it."
Say it With Flowers:
"How sad it is to be an animal who has never had a bunch of Violets picked for him."
Try a Little Spontaneity:
"Do a Good thing To Do without thinking about it."