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Who is the most inspiring person in your life and why?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on October 14, 2012

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Photo of Derek Hanson

“ My sister. She dedicates her life to helping others. She works for a not-for-profit fighting slavery and human trafficking.”

Photo of Emily Kenagy

“ My student, who recently told me her mother is dying but she hasn’t quit school and stopped coming. She deals with it, and she rose to the challenge.”

Photo of Rachel Pierovich

“ I work with a woman who is inspiring. She is an animal rights activist. The longer I work with her, the more I want to be like her.”

Photo of Zach Kastens

“ I have a colleague who is a professor. She has achieved a lot at a young age and hasn’t had to sacrifice anything.”

Comments

Bill Lee 2 years ago

My parents were inspiring with their encouragement to always do my best. They had more faith in me than I had myself. They're both gone now, but I think of them everyday.

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moralebooster 2 years ago

sometimes we just need a little perspective in our lives...

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RoeDapple 2 years ago

No one in particular. Everyone has something to offer. Even if it's only to serve as a bad example.

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Caz Snwot 2 years ago

alf. for obvious reasons.

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rockchalker52 2 years ago

Oprah with all the hilarious comedy. Wait...I have that backwards.

Mrs. 52's patience is inspiring.

RoeDster speaketh the truth.

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Flap Doodle 2 years ago

The odious behavior of the benighted true believers who still assign greatness to the current resident of 1600 Penn. Ave. inspire me not to be so gullible.

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RoeDapple 2 years ago

. . . . oh, the burden I bare . . (bear?)

But hey! Y'all are welcome to participate in the next "RoeDy's House Of Paranoia Tent Revival And Apocalypse Watch". Please bring your tin hats and a blanket. Kool-Aid will be served at midnight.

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rockchalker52 2 years ago

Free all of the #%!¥€~*~! flippin' blogs! This second page nonsense is rilly chappin' my backside. Damn that drunken janitor!

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riverdrifter 2 years ago

My Dad. He was an island hopping Marine in WWII. One of his closest friends was E. B. Sledge. They served together from islands way out in the Pacific to Peiping, China. "We didn't really do anything in the war." Riiight.

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