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A life well lived!

This book blew me away. I teared up numerous times while reading “The last Lecture”. Absolute brilliance.

I will not write an elongated review because I don’t have a single thing to criticize about. 294 more words


August 2014 - "The Last Lecture"

I felt that this month’s reading selection, “The Last Lecture”, by Randy Pausch was quite relevant for many people, especially those of us going back to school or university in the fall, those of us starting new jobs, or those of us who have had an eventful summer and aren’t quite sure what is next. 126 more words


On brick walls

Hey Randy. I can’t believe it’s been six years. It feels like it was yesterday that you left us. I think of you nearly every day and I still use the words you spoke to put things in perspective whenever I hit a wall. 300 more words

A Challenge

“The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something.

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The Last Lecture

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This is a short review of The Last Lecture, written by Dr. Randy Pausch, narrated by Erik Singer.

This is one of those books that creates a real buzz in the American popular culture. 615 more words

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Petulance, my old friend, we've not chatted in years - Coffee?

Being the person you truly are, that person you always were destined to be is much more difficult to be than being the person everyone simply assumes you are…sometimes I wonder whether it is worth it at all… 1,412 more words


The Last Lecture

Those who know me know that I tend to obsess…I mean “idolize” certain people. My list of seemingly random role models includes: reality star/entrepreneur, Lauren Conrad, GMA host/cancer survivor, Robin Roberts, and takes-no-bullshit talk show host, Dr. 985 more words