Fred Rogers was an unlikely star. Armed only with songs, puppets, and a closet full of sweaters he managed to touch the lives of millions of children with one very simple message, "I like you just the way you are."
It was an unconventional formula in an era when gun slinging cowboys and Saturday morning cartoons ruled the airways -- but a new documentary is examining how the mild mannered charisma of Mr. Rogers made his show a cornerstone of public television for generations.
The newly released trailer for the movie is already causing a stir, as fans are getting quite emotional remembering the love and kindness Mr. Rogers showed them and so many other other children.
Twitter tried their best to keep it together, but failed miserably.
Many shared memories of Mr. Rogers and what he meant to them.
And more than few agreed that the world could really use Mr. Rogers right now.
But one tweet reminded us that the best way to keep Mr. Rogers' spirit alive was to learn from his message.
H/T - Twitter
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