June 19, 2005

Traditions Kept Alive

The study of history helps keep traditions alive. When we study how our ancestors dealt with challenges, we can (hopefully) learn from their successes and failures, and fashion our responses to challenges in even more naturally human ways.
—Fred Rogers

Source: Teachers Daily Calendar Wednesday, June 15, 2005
—From the book The World According to Mr. Rogers by Fred Rogers 2003 ISBN 1-4013-0106-1
See also: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Father's Day 2005: This entry is honors all our fathers. Some of us had fathers who were loving and nurturing. Some had other experiences. We honor all, because they moved us to the journey, the path we are on now.
I specifically honor my Dad, Richard C., because he is my inspiration to continue on my journey. Thank you, Dad, I love you.

Posted by niganit at June 19, 2005 3:27 PM
More like this: Famous People | Inspirational


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