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Remembering Dr. Randy Pausch

Remembering Dr. Randy Pausch, author of The Last Lecture…

Dr. Randy Pausch, October 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008

To learn more about Randy Pausch’s life and legacy, visit this site:

Website for Dr. Randy Pausch

Previous related post:

A Tribute to Dr. Randy Pausch (The Last Lecture)

“Never underestimate the importance of having fun. I’m dying and I’m having fun. And I’m going to keep having fun every day, because there’s no other way to play it”.
–Dr. Randy Pausch

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1 JasmineNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 1:22 am }

Such an amazing person. I know his message will live on through all who were touched by him.
.-= Jasmine´s last blog ..The Vestibular System =-.

2 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 1:33 am }


It’s incredible how many people have been touched by his message. He did such an amazing job of capturing the essence of his message with his book, the YouTube videos, the videotaped Congressional testimony, the interviews, etc. I firmly believe his lesson will live on through the large number of people he touched with his wisdom, caring, compassion, priorities, and grace.


3 Melissa RalstonNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 2:25 am }


As you know, Randy has had a huge influence on my life. It’s ironic as I sit here writing a blog post on parenting with a chronic illness that you had posted on Randy. Randy’s legacy that he left for his children is one that glows as bright as the sun and will never dim. The guy was, in a word, incredible. I only wish that I had had a chance to march up to him in real life to let him know how much I admire, respect and cherish his masterpiece of a lecture. I’m tearing up just thinking about it now!

.-= Melissa Ralston´s last blog ..Parenting and Illness: Part 1 =-.

4 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 2:29 am }


Truly an inspirational man who touched so many!


5 YayaNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 6:13 am }

Oh Jeanne, I’m so sorry. I know how much you looked up to and appreciated him.
.-= Yaya´s last blog ..Sometimes All It Takes…. =-.

6 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.30.09 at 9:11 am }


I just thought it was important to acknowledge the anniversary of his death. He helped so many people. His lessons will live on. My thoughts are with his family.


7 JeannetteNo Gravatar { 08.02.09 at 11:53 am }

Loved, loved, loved that story-I watched the entire video after seeing him on Oprah one day. I also read the book. Heartbreaking really and I cried my eyes out the day he died. He most certainly “got it,” in understanding what the purpose of life was. We should all be so evolved to that point.

I learned a lot from that man and it is a darn shame his children will not grow up with him at their sides. So sad but also so inspirational!
Thanks for posting that!
Take care,

P.S. Been really worried about you! Please DM me at twitter and let me know how you are doing and what happened at the appointment.
Take care sweetie-you are in my thoughts and prayers!
.-= Jeannette´s last blog ..I THINK, THEREFORE I AM…*NOT* IN PAIN… =-.

8 JeanneNo Gravatar { 08.03.09 at 1:02 am }


His powerful story has helped so many people. He really was a remarkable man. Yes, it is sad. It is wonderful that he found such a beautiful way of reaching out to them, though, with his speech, his writings, his interviews, and his advocacy work. They will have an outstanding role model to follow even though they, sadly, won’t have him by their sides.

Take care,


P.S. I just sent you a direct message. Thank you. You’re in my thoughts and prayers too!

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