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Last Lecture B66

'Sitting there, I knew that despite the cancer, I truly believed I was a lucky man because I had lived out these dreams.' 'How exactly, do you catalogue your childhood dreams? How do ...

'Sitting there, I knew that despite the cancer, I truly believed I was a lucky man because I had lived out these dreams.' 'How exactly, do you catalogue your childhood dreams? How do you get other people to reconnect with theirs?' 'We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.' A lot of professors give talks called 'The Last Lecture' reflecting on what matters most to them. In September 2007, computer science professor Randy Pausch delivered a Last Lecture called 'Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams'. Ironically, it really was his last lecture, as this youthful, 46 year old energetic and cheerful man had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and had only months to live. Randy's lecture about the joy of life - his legacy to his three young children - has become a phenomenal international bestseller selling over five million copies worldwide. This book was written on the same principals, celebrating the dreams we all try to make a reality in a heart warming book about living, not dying.

Já notar vefkökur til að bæta notendaupplifun á vefsíðunni og greina umferð um hana. Einnig hefur Já uppfært persónuverndarstefnu sína. Nánar um stefnuna og vefkökur hér.
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