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November 27, 2014

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December 30, 2013
I want to share a statement made to me by Dr. Albert Griffith which I have carried with me for 45 years. On a college written assignment, I made the comment that I chose to write a 'safe' paper because I was bogged down with my emotions & sensitivities on a different but more favored topic. His FULL page TYPED response reset my backbone. He observed that the whole purpose of writing assignments in college is to TRY and articulate the thoughts that lie half incoherent in our minds & to follow through on our own insights in the synthesis of material. He encouraged me to write about subjects that intrigued me, however inchoate & difficult it may be. I replay his statement when I'm challenged. It became a touchstone & my lifetime gift from a caring teacher.
Jan (Hammonds) Lainoff '68
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