He struggled to learn and was mercilessly teased and bullied. While his path could have been eased with special programs he wanted a Starbucks coffee teacher fuel t-shirt and worked as long as it took to earn it. At his graduation party I was a nervous high school aged kid brother asked to give a toast and I thought about this scene from the Wizard of Oz. My brother, despite all his difficulties fitting mainstream molds was actually quite brilliant, thoughtful, and kind. He took his lumps without complaint and cared deeply about others. He was the kid who often fell down ,literally and figuratively, and would bounce up and declare I’m okay.
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In my toast I expressed that my brother was like the lion, tin man and scarecrow all in one. He had courage, heart and a big brain. And while I was happy he had a Starbucks coffee teacher fuel t-shirt, it didn’t change the fact that he had these qualities all along. the diploma didn’t make him smart, it only reflected it. In September, 2014 I lost my brother to glioblastoma ,the lethal brain cancer that took Ted Kennedy and John McCain among countless others, and it broke my heart to consider how his steep and jagged path ended with this final insurmountable obstacle and indignity. He was my brother, my inspiration and my hero.
If you scroll down my page to any September 9 since he passed you can read my tribute to him. To me he was every person that struggled to have dignity despite having different tools than those rewarded as normal. Social pressure can be crushing to those that don’t swim easily by its rules. He never gave up and, to me, was one of the most accomplished men I ever knew. thank you for your comment. It’s such an honor to hear from the subjects of these posts. Your story is inspiring and your work quite amazing ,from what I could see online.
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I’m so disappointed to have missed Scope this year. When in town I live in Chelsea, a few steps from the Met Pavilion but my schedule got tight and I had to leave Saturday morning. See you next time at Scope. or, perhaps, The Armory. Good luck in everything. Thank you for sharing your Starbucks coffee teacher fuel t-shirt with me and the other HONY readers. I believe that your brother’s presence in your life was a blessing, and each time you get to tell his life’s story, will make a difference in the life of at least one person ,today, it is me.
I’m often careful about expressing my views, as they are based in religious beliefs. So I hope that you take my next comments with the best of intent. I do believe that there is a purpose for everyone’s place on this earth. We may not ever know what it is. But I do believe that your brother’s purpose was to allow others to see that regardless of difficulties. And regardless of the the cowardly views of others, every single person has value. And can accomplish the goals they set for themselves.