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You exemplify uniqueness, and a passion for life, that Im sure is rarely matched. What you have already achieved and continue to create blow me away. I have been teaching for 11 years, and have taught every grade from 2nd to 6th, and this is the first time Ive ever seen every single student be so enthusiastic and impressed about an assembly. Youre affecting all ages with your special gifts. Thank you for giving me the honor of signing your remarkable mural. Best of luck to you, and thank you once again for sharing such a wonderful experience with us at Fairview Elementary in Bellevue, Nebraska.
God bless you as you continue your journey,
You recently presented your Signature Project to our school community in Seattle. The students and faculty haven't stopped buzzing about it. You reached each and every one of us through your innovative approach. Your creativity is truly an inspiration. Thanks for sharing it with the world!
I saw your show yesterday,May 3,2006, it was the most amazing thing I have seen in a long time. How wonderful! You have an amazing talent and a way with people. Thank you for sharing your wonderful project with us. I have not used that side of my brain in awhile...let me tell you, it felt good! Thank you for taking me to a place that I have never been! JoAnn Donato
Dude you rock! I got to witness history in the making today when I saw your show today. I am a PE teacher at Goetz Middle School in Jackson, NJ and I was blown away. I feel blessed to have become part of this brilliant work of art! You are an inspiration to many and a breath of fresh air in times of pollution. Keep it up for all our sakes, and especially our souls! (Sick presentation)
Joanna and Julia Bassie
My daughter and I were lucky enough to see you speak at her school in Whiting,NJ USA.Holy cow! We loved it!She may not know it but humanity is having her portrait painted.All the names creating alternately subtle and bold threads mirroring the way we live our lives with each other and the world we live in.It is all connected from our souls to the stars and I don't know of any better way of showing the complicated beauty of existence.From our home to yours,Joanna and Julia
Thank you for sharing your vision and art with our school. I am overwhelmed by the completeness and beauty of your work. . . my students couldn't stop talking about it. Thank you thank you!
Where do I begin??? I have just returned from a Veterans Day celebration at my children's school. It is so very hard to put into words, the feelings in my heart. Not only did you amaze and enlighten us, you captured the essence of love and family. The gifts we are given and the gifts we share. As I left the room today, you gave me an added gift. You had my father, a seventy-five year old Veteran, sign and be a part of your project. With tears in my eyes, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Patrick Schumaker (P-Shuey once more)
You know, Pat...today when i wrote this it was the day after christmas Day. And you know what? Looking back into fifth grade...remembering that amazing presentation you made in Kutz Elementary in Doylestown PA...i sure meant it when i asked for a poster copy of your project on my Christmas list. Sure enough,the next day, there it was, sitting by the fireplace like a sentinel waiting for me. Now it hangs on the wall of my room, the thing that brightens me up when I wake from my bed.
I'm just saying...you're the best.
I want to thank you for sharing such a beautiful piece of artwork, inspiration, and love of humanity with us today. What a gift you have been blessed with to create this project and present it in such a way that people of all ages, religion, and culture, can walk away with some kind of feeling to improve oneself and perhaps improve the world we live in. My students were awestruck with your brilliant presentation. I would also like to thank you for allowing me to sign my best friend's name next to mine. As I informed you, Valerie Foley was far too young to pass away at the age of 42 from Ovarian Cancer. She was my inspiration in life and now she is also a part of history that shall live forever! I can't wait until the Signature Project is completed.
God bless, Janice Carey 04/20/06
I had the extreme pleasure of experiencing your performance while you were visiting our school in Bellevue, NE. I think you are a brilliant individual with an amazing talent. Or should I say talents??? I truly appreciated your message and your mission and I wish you the best of luck in all of your endeavors. You have left a lasting impression on us all and I feel fortunate to have witnessed it first hand. Keep up the great work!
Theresa Valish, 2nd grade teacher