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Professor Randy Pausch had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer when he was asked to deliver something like a “last lecture”. The Last Lecture is a book about overcoming every obstacle in life, facing it with courage and resilience, and making the most of the little time we have. Because the clock is ticking and you never know when your time will be up.
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