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You Are The Wind


       “Whoever first coined the phrase ‘You are the wind beneath my wings’ most assuredly was reflecting on the sublime influence of a very special teacher.”


You Are The Wind  ©  1987, 1990  Frank Trujillo


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          “Our superintendent concluded his talk by reading ‘You Are the Wind.’  He had our two Teachers of the Year come forward and gave them each a framed copy of this beautiful piece.  Then he surprised everyone else in the audience by giving each of us our very own copy.  It was one of the nicest things anyone has ever done for us.”


Teacher, Michigan



            “I had heard the song before, but leave it to you to apply this kind of imagery to teaching.”


School Principal, Arizona