Robert "Bob" Jones (1883-1968); American evangelist
Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881); Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Anne Frank (1929-1945); diarist
Stanley Martin Lieber (born 1922); quote from Spiderman Movie (2002)
Jean Baptiste Poquelin Molière (1622-1673); playwright
George L. Bell (1927-2007); Civic leader; father of eight
Alexandra Stoddard Author
Robert A. Levy
Abbie M. Dale
Moliere (1622-1673); French playwright, actor
Confucius (551-479); philosopher
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950); playwright, Nobel Prize winner
Gene Bedley National Educator of the Year
James Allen (1864-1912); writer
Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968); minister, civil rights activist
Barbara Charline Jordan (1936-1996); U.S. member of Congress
Helen Keller (1880-1968); author, lecturer, activist
William Arthur Ward (1921-1994); author, educator, motivational speaker
Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965); British statesman, prime minister, author, Nobel Prize winner
Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988); Novelist, short story author, essayist, screenwriter
Submitted by judy about 2 years ago.
The year was 1923, and Genia was 13. Genia's father had just died. In 1923 , if someone had an upstruction of the bowels , they would have to wait until morning for surgery. Genia's father didn't make it until morning , and died at the age of 39. Having come from Poland just 10 years before, Josef had worked…
Submitted by Karen Collinsworth 2 months ago.
My Mom is my hero. As a single mom, she worked as a waitress or cook to raise four children. She worked every day no matter the weather or if she was ill. She road the bus to work or walked there if needed. We never had much, but we never felt deprived either. She was always there for us…
abebe 3 months ago from Addis Ababa
I love this website, I use it all the time in my classroom when we talk about values. It has great videos too! Very short one but meaningful!
Arianna over 1 year ago from Mexico
I love this website! It is so good for kids and older to go to this website!
ivy over 1 year ago from utica
We need to leave behind: "I didn't know, I didn't understand, I didn't think" and take responsibility for our actions. It is time to take responsibility to know, to understand and to think for ourselves without blaming others or expecting others to do it for us.
Scott about 3 years ago from Dallas
My father had this saying:
You can pretend to care but you can't pretend to show up.
George L. Bell
Greg B over 4 years ago from Fruit Heights, UT