The Last Lecture - Study Guide Part V Summary & Analysis

Randy Pausch
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V-It's about How to Live Your Life

28 - Dream Big

Randy felt that pretty much anything was possible. When he was eight years old, the astronauts took their first walk on the moon. He was at camp and didn't get a chance to see it, but his father took a picture of the TV set the instant Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon. Randy emphasized that it's important to give yourself permission to dream.

29 - Earnest Is Better Than Hip

Working with someone who was earnest and worked hard was more important to Randy and working with someone who was hip, which he considered short-term. He showed this in his own wardrobe, which was practical.

30 - Raising the White Flag

Randy's mother always called him Randolph. He didn't appreciate the name. Still, his mother continued to call him that. When he was in...

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