Mr. Roger’s at the Emmy Awards

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June 11, 2012

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Mr. Roger's at the Emmy Awards

See how nature — trees, flowers, grass — grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence…we need silence to be able to touch souls.

– Mother Teresa –

Mr. Roger’s at the Emmy Awards

For 33 years, Fred Rogers — known to one-and-all as Mister Rogers — invited children into his television “neighborhood” to teach them curiosity, ethics, and self-belief. When honored with an Emmy Award for lifetime achievement, Mister Rogers delivered a thank-you speech very much in keeping with his role as educator and role model — using ten very special seconds of silence. { read more }

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Take ten seconds in silence to think of the people who are responsible for helping to shape your life.

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