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Rachel’s Challenge- How it Touched Me
I really thought that this year’s assembly was wonderful. It inspired me a great deal.
Rachel’s Legacy is a great idea- and a great name and I look forward to the next meeting, 9/7.
The video they made this year told a lot about her life, and it was very “dramatic”.
But they left out some important facts, such as the secret door they found with her diary in it.
I think it is very worthwhile to take time to help and care for people. That’s what Rachel did.
It is definitely worthwhile and effective. It is changing peoples’ lives all the time.
I took from this that you should forgive yourself, as well as others. I teared up more than once.
It is very emotional. I saw tons of kids needing to go to Counseling.
I am, like I said, totally looking forward to getting to touch peoples’ lives all over the place.
Article posted September 6, 2011 at 07:38 PM •
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So your saying that a poem from her perspective would be awesome?! Sweet. How did you post your work? Like, what did you have to do in order for it to happen?
Comment Posted on September 29, 2011 at 08:57 PM by
I will be making one, but I was wondering if I could do one from what her perspective might have been. Either that or from what it would have been like if I were seeing it in like a dream or her shoes. I’ve put myself in an invisible persons shoes before, in both 5th grade and in 6th grade. I’m always invisible even though people can see me. would doing a poem from Rachel’s perspective be ok, or is it against the rules. Or is a poem about me in her shoes against the rules because I was never really there, I’m just going based on what I have heard and seen from the presentations? I think both of them would be good, but I need to know if other people think it would be ok, even you.
Comment Posted on September 22, 2011 at 08:16 PM by
Very well said.
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