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March 24, 2010

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Bedava

Thanks for this wonderful essay! As a witerr and educator who temped my way through college, I did some of my best thinking at a desk while in command of a switchboard. What are you doing April 27, Mr. Robles? You are cordially invited to be a classroom speaker at our Career Day. Email me for more details.Quarry PakWellness CoordinatorGeorge Washington High School PS Mr. Chandler still volunteers at Wash he is still charming as ever.

Kathy Eppley

Steve,
Love this post, love your honesty … humorless, gruesome, fraudulent, reptilian IQ-challenged low lifes groveling for money…love the kids, love the song, love the dog, love you with the dog, love you… Kathy

Anne Ramsy

Motivational speakers rules!

tom

"Become again like little children to enter the Kingdom of Heaven"

Steve Lahey

Thanks for some valuable food for thought, and for being a force for good, as always.

A quote comes to mind: "Into the hands of every individual is given a marvelous power for good or evil - the silent, unconscious, unseen influence of his life. This is simply the constant radiation of what man really is, not what he pretends to be." — William George Jordan

Joni Liebel

Thank you for sharing this video! I first saw it a couple of weeks ago and continue to get chills when I look at those little faces and listen to the wide open passion in their voices. It's a reminder to me that even though I may not have a great singing voice, there might just be someone who can appreciate that I share my authentic and inspired "song". Joni Liebel (www.joniliebel.com)

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