Tag Archive: YouTube

Heroes behind the Hereos

My honey sent me a link this morning of a video that first made the YouTube rounds in 2006.  As I watched it, I was poignantly reminded me how powerful simple human kindness and the vision that one person can hold for another who doesn’t fit everyone’s preconceived notions of what a typical student, basketball…

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Coloring in the Lines

The Race to Nowhere; now it’s personal.

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Her Final Song . . . in memoriam for Debbie Friedman

I woke up hopeful.  I had dreamed I would find a notice posted on my Facebook “A Plea becomes a Movement” event page that would tell us that Debbie Friedman, the Jewish musical icon that had inspired multiple generations, had woken from her coma.  Wouldn’t it be a miracle?  The mere thought that the world…

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