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Tim Kolodziej: Despite the lies, there is ALWAYS a day after
What do we REALLY want? More money? A spot on the team? Fame? Security? Love? The respect of our classmates or colleagues? All of the above? Something else?
Tim Kolodziej: No defying ‘Gravity,’ but we sure can learn from it
“Gravity” is a film that will stick with you long after you leave the cineplex. There are dozens of life lessons we can siphon from this fantastic piece of cinema, but for time’s sake, I’ve narrowed the list to five, based on dialogue in the movie.
Tim Kolodziej: You already ARE changing the world — but be careful how
The ripple effect. Chances are, you know exactly what that means. I’m guessing you can even see a vivid image of it in your mind.
Tim Kolodziej: As Brittany glows, a community grows
What can we learn from the powerful story of Shenango High homecoming queen Brittany Chieze? Plenty. And they are lessons we won't soon forget.
Tim Kolodziej: If you’ve got stinkin’ thinkin’ — sadly, you aren’t alone
We think, therefore we are. I know, I know. That’s so seventh-grade philosophy class. Yet it’s so true. Our thoughts direct our lives. What we eat, who we befriend, how we work and play, what we believe.
Tim Kolodziej: Coach hits the right note with message to opponent
For sure, professional sports has always been about the money. Sadly, big-time college athletics have gone that route as well. But every once in a while, if we look hard enough, we can find a glimmer of hope.
Tim Kolodziej: Yes, you COULD have been — but you really didn’t want to
Maybe you aren’t where you WANT to be today. But you’re definitely where you’ve CHOSEN to be. Yet if you woke up this morning, you can still choose to be remarkable. Right where you are. Today.
Tim Kolodziej: Are you, and am I, willing to enter the arena?
Would you? I mean, would you be willing to fly to a foreign land to provide relief to earthquake victims — even if you knew your small plane could crash on the way?
Tim Kolodziej: A little duct tape and a lot of inspiration
Pascale Honore hasn’t been able to move her legs since a car accident left her a paraplegic 18 years ago. Yet this summer, she’s been making waves around the globe. As a surfer. Imagine that.
Tim Kolodziej: Who says God isn’t allowed in school?
"Back to school.” Other than “death and taxes,” perhaps no three words in the history of mankind have created more anxiety or dread. But not this year.
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