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Cesar Kuriyama: One second every day

Submitted by on February 8, 2013 – 12:44 amNo Comment

Cesar Kuriyama imagesAs I was watching this video, I began to feel an appreciation and a sense of honor that I am one of the few in our massive universe who are given this gift to experience life. I read a comment about this video that read, “It’s not what you do, its what you make of it.” What each and everyone us make of life is our own…our own meaning of life and how we choose to spend it. Maybe this video can be a reminder of how important and miraculous all of life really is; how awesome it is that we are a part of life’s experience and being more aware of how we live our moments.

As we age we can see that our moments create and form who we are and give us a sense of meaning and purpose. A fulfilling life is a life worth living and remembering. In our later years, reminiscing of our life’s past moments actually helps in our overall health. An example of the success of remembering life’s moments is in the use of Reminiscence therapy. Reminiscence therapy is a beneficial approach to helping the elderly age successfully and happily. It appears to provide them with a sense of overall life satisfaction.

Maybe it will come in handy later if we are more aware of how special our moments are now.                 -Self Help Guides
There are so many tiny, beautiful, funny, tragic moments in your life — how are you going to remember them all? Director Cesar Kuriyama shoots one second of video every day as part of an ongoing project to collect all the special bits of his life.

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