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My friend and photographer par excellence, Joe Gemignani, forwarded to me a link this most captivating powerful and poignant video. It presents the individuals featured in Andrew Zuckerman’s book and is far too good to not to pass along.

My friend and photographer par excellence, Joe Gemignani, forwarded to me a link this most captivating powerful and poignant video. It presents the individuals featured in Andrew Zuckerman's book and is far too good to not to pass along. Here is the cover and description from for: Wisdom: 50 Unique and Original Portraits:

Wisdom_book Each one of us can be an oasis of peace.—Desmond Tutu

Inspired by the idea that wisdom is the greatest gift one generation can give to another, award-winning photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman interviewed, photographed and filmed 50 of the world’s great writers, actors, artists, designers, politicians, musicians and religious and business leaders of our time. He posed seven questions to each of his subjects—all over 65 years of age—and their candid responses offer uniquely inspirational and often surprising insights.

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Thoughts from Nelson Mandela, Frank Gehry, Judi Dench, The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Clint Eastwood, Ted Kennedy, Robert Redford, Vaclav Havel, Terence Conran, Buzz Aldrin, Lou Reed, Willie Nelson, Madeline Albright, Jane Goodall, Burt Bacharach, Andrew Wyeth, Vanessa Redgrave, Nadine Gordimer and many more reveal lifetimes of adversity and triumph, and present intimate insights into very public lives.


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