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June 21, 2012


Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Somehow I had missed this gem from a decade ago.

You've created an environment for so many of us to strike out and keep on swinging. At this point, we're at so many years I've stopped counting! :)



Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

Tnanks, Jeff,
Being retired doesnt mean I dont look back from time to time and reflect on how valuable it was for me to create that environment. Nourishing others is the best way to nourish ourselves - every good teacher knows it. I was not above telling my students about times I 'struck out' and kept on trying. I wrote another column titled "Failing Better" about the subject.

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