My 23-year old Chinese stepdaughter has been here for nearly five years. She is young and smart with a very inquisitive mind that never stops analyzing everything.
It may seem like a reach but there are lessons to be learned from Steve Jobs’ 2005 commencement speech to Stamford University seniors. I will leave it to you to listen and take what you will, but in this short 15 minute commencement speech he talks about looking forward and looking back, the lessons of love and loss, and finally of death.
Life is not what we plan but what we make of it; the key is to accept what comes and approach every situation with a positive attitude, and above all to learn every day.
Thanks Steve for all you have shared with the world. We will miss you.