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My Last Lecture

Friday, September 02, 2011 05:51 AM    Views : 1804by:Greatideas

If I were given one single opportunity to ruminate on what mattered to me most and pass this one to my students in a “Last Lecture,” it would include these three points. First, there is value and fulfillment in working hard to see the realization of your lifelong dreams. Second, learn to use each obstacle you encountered in your struggle onward to help rather than deter you from reaching your goals. Finally, if along the way you meet people who need a help, don’t hesitate to offer then a hand. It is nobler to be held back because of a friend in need, rather than realize your dreams fast yet deaf and blind to other’s pleas for help.

by Mark Albert Zarco

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