I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High Themes

Tony Danza
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Commitment

Perhaps the rigors of college, the physical demands of boxing and the drive for perfection in acting all combined to teach Tony what it meant to commit to something - even when that something is new and unexpectedly challenging. Tony had made many commitments in life - in his education, his careers and personal relationships and in his roles as a husband and father. But despite his strength, ambition, talent and best intentions, the road wasn't always smooth riding.

Just when Tony's world was falling apart - he lost his TV talk show and his marriage at the same time - Tony questioned what his purpose in life was. At nearly sixty years old, how do you start over?! But Tony drew strength from his past experiences and successes and new that he would survive and could open a new door to his future.

Tony had always been...

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