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This I Believe

Started by gnimbley, April 07, 2005, 03:50:35 AM

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Quote from: NPR
This I Believe: An NPR Essay Project
Premieres April 4 on Morning Edition and All Things Considered, February 11, 2005 ¬? In 1951, radio pioneer Edward R. Murrow
embarked on a remarkable project. He asked Americans from all walks
of life -- including former U.S. presidents, captains of industry,
taxi drivers, actors and homemakers -- to write brief essays about
their most fundamental and closely held beliefs. The series, This I
Believe, was an extraordinary success. Eleanor Roosevelt, Presidents
Harry Truman and Herbert Hoover, Helen Keller, Jackie Robinson, and
Albert Einstein were just a few of the hundreds who participated.

Now, NPR, Atlantic Public Media and This I Believe, Inc. are
partnering to re-create the project with host Jay Allison. We invite
you to tell us about the principles by which you live and the people
and events that have shaped your beliefs in an essay to be considered
for broadcast on NPR. See our essay writing instructions for further

Okay. How many of you are serious about something and have the balls
to put it to paper?

Horab Fibslager

i'm serious abotu being silly. i may have put this on paper a time or two already, but i doubt many take it seriously.
Hell is other people.


I'd do it, if not for lack of free time.

Irreverend Hugh, KSC

Already have.

Where do I send it?
"Time for the tin-foil hats, girls and boys!"


Quote from: Irreverend Hugh, KSCAlready have.

Where do I send it?