Posted by: kirara2 | December 1, 2011

Every word tells readers an important thing…

Every word on the pages of Last Lecture tells readers an important thing. It is something that makes readers sad, but also warm and hopeful. Through Professor Randy Pausch’s speech and its background, no one will disagree that this book is a must-have for people who like reading books.
A lot of professors give talks titled “The Last Lecture”, to think about our life, or death. “If we had to vanish tomorrow, what would we do?” Through hundreds of speeches about this issue, Professor Randy Pausch’s one, is the greatest, and most interesting.
When Professor Randy Pausch, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, was asked to have a speech named “The Last Lecture”, he did not need to think, or imagine about his last. He was recently diagnosed as a terminal cancer, and professor himself knew that his death is not so far. However, his speech was not about “death”-it was about “living”. Through his speech, what he told to the audience were the importance of overcoming the obstacles, and the happiness of enabling one’s dream.
Everything that Professor Randy says on the book has his feelings. His hope to live, his love to his family, and his passion against the speech he has. if you want to find the meanings of life and love, this book is the best book for you.


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