Death twitches my ear;
'Live,' he says...
'I'm coming.'

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At 18, He Taught Us How To Live Before He Died

At 18, He Taught Us How To Live Before He Died

May 25, 2013-- "Every teenager believes they are invincible," said Zach Sobiech. "It's not the kind of invincible like Superman; it's the kind of invincible like, 'I'll see you in five months.'" Zach didn't have five months. He died of cancer on 20 May 2013, shortly after his 18th birthday. This film gives us glimpses of Zack's enormous capacity for love, his gentle humor, haunting music, and the quiet courage with which he approached the end of his life. It reveals the profound impact of his grace on all those he was about to leave behind. This is a film that will fill your eyes -- and your heart. And if you let it, it just might change your life. (8450 reads)


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