Lessons from the Minister of Defense

For those fans of the NFL, Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles and even the Carolina Panthers, yesterday's news of the death of Reggie White came as a shock.

At 43, Reggie White was not necessarily old in any terms, yet he passed away early Sunday morning. While the cause of his death is still unclear, the impression he left on earth is indelible.

Reggie White was arguably the best defensive end to ever play the game of football. But instead of focusing on the way he played the game, the path the "Minister of Defense" led is one that others should strive to follow. His strong personal convictions and his devotion to his faith, family and football speak even louder than his actions on the field.

He was a man of impeccable character and truly was unwavering in his beliefs. The admiration gathered from all those who knew him speaks for who he was not as a football player but as a person. I feel honored to have been able to watch him play for my beloved Green & Gold and only give more credit to him for the way he lived his life.

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Buona Natale!

Merry Christmas everyone! I trust everyone will have a safe, fun holiday as we gather together with family and friends.

Let's not forget our soldiers who are currently fighting to defend our freedoms...
May we never forget the sacrifices they make each and every day.


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Coming up to exam week there are more similarities in this comic strip than just my name.....
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Quote of the Day

I found a great quote while reading a passage from Tacitus on Agricola - a man who Tacitus diverts much praise...anyway, I can see the relevance of this quote even in today's age...

That is the crowning injustice of war: all claim credit for success, while defeat is laid to the account of one.

Everyone....take note...