Based on a true story … I hope the video below will inspire you as much as it has inspired me!
5 Taiwanese, average age 81
One has hearing problem
One has cancer
Three have heart disease
Everyone has degenerative arthritis
6 months of preparation
Travelling for 13 days around Taiwan
From north to south
From night to day
For one Simple reason
What do we live for?
For ordinary people with extraordinary dream!
TC Bank, Taiwan
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Taiwan
Creative Director: Jennifer Hu
Copywriter: Jennifer Hu, Justin Chia
Art director: Leah Chen
Producer: Abby Ku
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I am just VERY grateful to be alive, right now. After my near-death-experience EVERYTHING seems like a blessing to me.
@ Meleah, I couldn’t have agreed with you more; I am grateful to be alive too.
Hi BK .. we certainly need to take the art of living to heart … and live all we can, when we can and where we can .. caring for others as we go.
Wonderful thought provoking posting .. thank you so much .. Hilary
@ Hilary, living is indeed an art. 🙂
Life is too short so they say that we have to make the most out of it…Thanks for the post here…
@ Clark, life is indeed too short to live it in a mediocre way … we have to make the most out of it.
Your post is indeed very inspiring. It’s true that we have to make the most out of life. It’s only so short and what we decide to do with it is all in our hands. We really shouldn’t take the simple things in life for granted.
@ Diana, thank you for your kind words. We certainly have to make the most out of our life. As human, we sometimes tend to take the simple things in life for granted. We have to constantly remind ourselves to be grateful for all the simple things.
wow, such an inspiring video. I think we all should ask ourselves that question in every single moment of our lives.
Thanks, you made my day 🙂
@ Larissa, you are most welcome. Glad that you like the video.
like many others, i was deeply inspired and motivated by that video!
in some ways, it has triggered me to create a blog interviewing individuals everywhere around the world to ask them a simple question: What do you live for?
i have been receiving quite a lot of interesting perspectives as a result. if you are keen to read, please visit http://wdilf.blogspot.com . 🙂
have a nice day
@ Desmond, interesting concept. I have visited your site and it is indeed refreshing to read the different perspectives.