I would love to learn how to contact Deborah to discuss the issue of memory holding onto "music," because my father - who had advanced Alzheimers and did not even recognize me, was able to play tunes on his harmonica that he learned in childhood, and sing songs with me that we sang when I was young. There is much to explore here.I am grateful for the piece that was done on PBS about their story; I was unaware of it until I heard it yesterday.
I watched a documentary on Clive Wearing called 'Man With A Seven Second Memory'. It was an amazing experience for me watching that and i recommend it to anybody. people like Clive and Mrs. Wearing are truly beautiful and amazing people whom we can learn from. Their love and care for one another comes from the soul and is present in very few of us today. I thank both of them for sharing their experience with the world as its opened up my eyes and enabled me to appreciate what i have. Gods gifts. xxx
After reading Deborah's book: "Forever today" now I see this video. Thank you for show your life. I've tears in my eyes and many feelings in my hart when I see your everlasting love! I pray for this two wonderful persons. With love and greeting from Nancy.
Lifes to short to waste, make the most of it.
A lovely inspiring film. What is love? 'tis
not hereafter; Present mirth hath
present laughter; What's to come is still
unsure: In delay there lies no plenty - so
kiss your darlings and tell them you
i think that these are really good pictures and good videos
The one sentence that struck me was: "we are more than what our brains contain, the heart is vital". I agree with Mrs. Clive, it is too bad this is not aknowledged. Thank you for this video, it gives us something important to think about.
A wonderful story sad but they seem so happy with one another
What a lovely film