The Canvas Grey

Inspiration, Perspective, Insight

The Teacher still teaches…

Posted by TheCanvasGrey on March 3, 2008

Many of you have seen or heard about Randy Pausch (A Teacheris the link on my blogroll) and his profound final lecture.  I like to keep up on his activities as I am lead to pray for he and his family and all those that suffer from “difficult” diagnoses.  His most recent update proves he is still teaching, God bless him. 

If you or someone you know is facing a difficult diagnoses this is something to read and rejoice:

He also has a new lecture about time management that I just discovered.  I think he wrote it for me…I’m in DESPERATE need.  I’ll be watching it soon! 

White Rabbit

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4 Responses to “The Teacher still teaches…”

  1. Hi,
    Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship.

  2. Hi and welcome! Very, very, VERY well said. I’m in complete agreement!

  3. Angie said

    Wow, that is well said, AND very true.
    I need the time management too. I know a lot of the tips but am always on the prowl..for new idea’s. Now if I would just implement them.. I think I may be a procrastinator.

  4. I did finally get to run through the time management. Lots of stuff I do and really believe in, handle things once if possible, etc. I could never nor do I want to ever micromanage my time quite like that; it is just not in me personally. Also he suggested delegating quite a bit. There is only so much I’m willing to let a 4-year-old do. HA! Watching it is worth the time to see if there is something to incorporate.

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