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April 18, 2010

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SHerdegen

Thank you so much for sharing that. I was deeply moved.

There is such beauty in compassion.

And simplicity.

Emon

Great post! Typo in " witnesses her young son [dye] of cancer"

Veronica

Wonderful talk, very moving!
thank you very much for sharing,

Santosh

Thanks a ton.

Though I visit presentation zen regularly , this presentation touched my heart.

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I think nowadays there is no significance considered of a particular moment with still photograph.
Thanks for sharing .

tara

I am at a loss for words

Julie - Fine Tooth Comb

A powerful presentation. I don't believe I've even seen a picture of a parent acting as a pallbearer. That image is one I won't soon forget.

Momo

Thank you for pointing us to Renee's art. They are truly powerful and moving in a most elegant manner.

Guest

My God. Thank you.

Smith

...way too heavy for father of young son. Very strong presentation.

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I couldn’t understand certain parts of this post, but I assume I only need to learn a bit more regardingthis, because it certainly sounds interesting and kind of though-proviking! By the way, how did you first get startedwith this?

Fred E. Miller

WOW.

The concept of a picture vs. a movie, holding time still, got to me.

Thanks!

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Thank you for pointing us to Renee's art. They are truly powerful and moving in a most elegant manner.

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thank you very much for sharing us with this story.it's moving.

Christine Korol

Thank you for this post and pointing us to Renee's powerful and important work.

Christian Ray Flores

Thank you for this story. I took after my father and take hundreds of pictures every year. I do video production and love image storytelling.

I just finished your book Presentation Zen and want to thank you for the simplicity and profound meaning of it. As a public speaker and blogger it has changed the way I look at communicating.

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