Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Watch This Short Film

http://www.akorn.tv/primer/primer_janicelowry.html

I want you guys to go watch this movie about Janice. This was made before she knew she was even sick. In April of this year she was diagnosed with an agressive liver cancer and she passed away two days ago. But she will live forever. As you will see when you watch this short film.

Just click on the link above.



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17 comments:

Lauri Kubuitsile said...

The only thing we MUST do in this life is live it. Live it to the edges, step over if you're brave. Taste the bitter, feel the sharp, jump and sleep and run and fall. We must live it. And if we have lived our life, made it wrinkly and stained and used it without fear then only we can say we lived.

Elizabeth I'm so sorry you lost a friend, but this video proved she did what was needed and lived her life, took the gift with two hands and rejoiced. That is indeed a wonderful thing.

Robala ka Kagiso, Janice Lowry.

Mr. Shife said...

Wow. What an amazing and lovely woman. So sorry to hear that she passed away. The world could certainly use more people like her. Thanks for sharing.

Donna M. Kohlstrom said...

Thank you for sharing this wonderful video of Janice's life. She was truly an extraordinary artist and writer. I know she will be greatly missed.

San said...

I love what Janice had to say about her whole life being a collage. Yes, our lives are works of art and it's our responsibility to make them as beautiful, interesting, and kind as possible.

Lovely film, Elizabeth.

Lori said...

Oh, my God, this is so inspiring. She does live forever, doesn't she? Thank you so much for this. I needed an awakening of this sort today.

Marguerite said...

Quite a beautiful lady. Thanks for sharing this great video of her wonderfully creative life.

Cloudia said...

Profoundest Aloha to you, my dear friend. I feel pain with you and wish you all healing in it's proper time. Bless Her....And YOU my dear friend


Aloha!
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Cheryl said...

I can tell what a beautiful spirit she had just by her smile. Her life was a life well lived. xx

Shirley Wells said...

So sorry to hear you lost a friend, Elizabeth, but what a legacy she left behind. An inspiration to us all. I think we all need reminders now again to go out and grab life with both hands. After all, it isn't a dress rehearsal.

Bless her.

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

What a remarkable artist and lovely woman. You're right, she will live forever.

Galen Kindley--Author said...

What a great smile. She said it best near the end of the movie, “I’ll never die, I’ll live forever.” Why can’t that be true. It is true.

Best Regards, Galen

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Sniffles and Smiles said...

She is truly an inspiration! Thank you for sharing this!! It really touched my heart in really deep places! ~Janine XO

Cheffie-Mom said...

For some reason I cannot get the video to play, but I will Google it. Thank you!!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Lovely woman she is fine !!Unseen Rajasthan

Suldog said...

Wow. Most excellent vid. And she had all of her journals taken by The Smithsonian? Magnificent achievement. Thanks for sharing this.

Helen Ginger said...

What an amazing woman. Loved, loved, her journals. The ones we saw in the video were more pieces of art than journals. But when you think about it, a journal doesn't have to be writing. Each of us "journals" our life in our own way. Thank you for sharing this video!

Helen
Straight From Hel

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I want to thank each and every one of you for watching the film. You can find out more about Janice by going to her website janice lowry.com

Her art is amazing.

Long may she live on in our hearts.