The Light That Shines
Produced by award-winning photographer Sue Bryce, this visually (and spiritually) beautiful film about thirty-two year-old Jill Bzrezenski-Conley is, in Sue’s words, “…not a story about cancer. This is a story about love…”
You’ll love this story about honoring yourself just as you are, and how the love within you can inspire others.
Here’s what Jill had to say about her experience (from www.inbedwithsue.com):
“When I look at the pictures that Sue has taken of me I see a strong women who has gone through hell and back and I feel this horrible disease only made me a better person. I am still in disbelief when I look at the pictures of me in Paris. Knowing everything I went through and seeing me looking like a beautiful princess still gives me chills. Beauty means so many different things to so many people, but to me it truly means the way you make people feel, laugh, smile, and the joy that you see on there face.”
“That’s why when I look at all the pictures of myself that Sue has taken of me, I see and think of one word and that is “Beauty”. Paris and the “Light that Shines”, had to be the best experience of my life. Not only has it changed me personally but knowing that it has helped and changed millions of people all around the world makes me feel so complete. I will always be so grateful for this whole experience!”
“With Love Jill”
For more about Sue Bryce, visit http://suebryce.com/.
To see what Jill is up to, visit: http://jillybeansbarkingbones.com/jills-story/