Hello. If you were dying and you had one last chance to talk with the people that matter most to you, what would you say? If everything was on the line, and nothing was left on the table, what wisdom would you impart?
Back in 2007, professor Randy Pausch of Carnegie Mellon University learned that he was dying from pancreatic cancer. Taking on a tradition held by academics, he delivered “one last lecture” to a group of about 400 colleagues and students.
My name is Ray Majoran, and this website (featuring my books, commentary, and photography) is my last lecture. May you be encouraged, strengthened, inspired, and challenged by it.
A HUGE Thank You to everyone who supported our Compassion Gallery Kickstarter campaign. Because of your support, we made our goal! May God be glorified through Compassion Gallery as we seek to honor Him.
Over the last number of years, I've had the opportunity to spend time in India and Nepal. As part of that journey, I created a 160-page photo-driven book featuring many of the people and places I encountered along the way. Check out the book on Compassion Gallery, a fine art photography project created by myself, and long-time friend, Brian Klassen.
Wow! Stunning photos of light pillars captured in #London, Ontario ✨Pillars are created when tiny ice crystals reflect artificial light, such as streetlights, upwards and downwards. Thanks for sharing @RayMajoran #ShareYourWeather https://t.co/G81ZXBGUu2— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) January 16, 2018
Thank you to everyone who has featured my Light Pillars photo story, including: The Washington Post, Business Insider, The Weather Network, PhotoNews Canada, HyperBlaze, fubiz, CBC News, CBC Radio, imgur, The London Review, MSN, Metro Belgium, and PhotoNews Hong Kong. You can read the full post here, and if you're so inclined, follow me on Instagram.