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In summary, Randy is dying of pancreatic cancer. After months of treatment, the cancer returned, so it is practically death sentence.
The lecture you hear above (1 hour 25 minutes) will be his last in CMU, my alma mater. Although I’m neither an expert in religious stuff nor chemotherapy, I sincerely hope some biological miracle can happen – and that god will let him see through a few more years of his children growing up and his lovely wife. At the very least – even if you have no time / bandwidth to download a few hundred MB of video, do read through a few of the shorter articles by major news sources, such as The Wall StreetJournal.
My own lessons learned from the lecture:
- Brick Walls are extremely important because they keep people who don’t want certain things enough out.
- When you don’t hear criticism, that’s when you know people have given up on you. Critics loves you.
- There are many ways to get into college 😉 Just like there’s many ways to get a job.
All the best Randy!