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July 09, 2012



Thanks Garr, this is very humbling.

russ stalters

Thanks for sharing this amazing example of the power of story.


The power of the story comes through in such a compelling and organic way that I didn't notice the storytelling, only the story--if that makes sense. When I felt as though I needed to fly to Japan to help the courageous and hopeful residents rebuild, I knew that the storytelling had grabbed my own heart. Thanks for posting this, Garr.

Doug Weatherbee

Thanks for this Garr. Moving film and stories.

Doug Weatherbee

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