St. Teresa of Avila
Mar 9, 2013-- No one falls asleep in Jeffrey Wright's high school physics class. Exploding pumpkins, hovercrafts and an experiment involving a bed of nails, a cinder block and a sledgehammer, are some of the crazy stunts that keep the students enthralled. But it is a simple lecture - one without props or fireballs - that makes the greatest impression on his students each year. The talk is about Mr. Wright's experiences as a father of a special needs son, about love, family, and the meaning of life. (6199 reads)
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