If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • Definitely the moment I got my acceptance letter from college last fall- simply amazing.

  • Life is filled with so many perfect moments. My most important seconds that I want to record right now are with my 16 month twin girls Kate and Annie. The loves of my life. Second by second these moments fly by never to be repeated exactly alike again.

  • Waking up not alone for the first time.

  • The day I left my hometown and got on a greyhound to persue my college education.

  • My son being born.

  • For myself, personally - moment I looked into my son's eyes for the very first time

  • My 1-second moment would be marching into the Olympic Stadium in 1984 as a competing athlete

  • O' Were that the camera were rolling when the Tar Kettle burst into flame engulfing me in a 10 ft' ball of instant sunburn blaze orange translucent flame, one lock of hair singing its way toward my scalp like a fuse, the polyester bandana melted and frozen into a protective helmet for the rest of my hair...all in about 1 second.

  • Perfect Moment. i thought about it heaps and to be honest its a pretty simple one. i was at school in my lit class and we watched/listened to a performance poet called shane koyczan. the imagery in that poem just hit me, and it was such a great moment. if anyones reading this check out his work, its amazing.

  • The moment my son opened his eyes and looked up at me

  • The last hug I ever recieved from my friend Kristin.

  • I am shirtless, extremely muscular and handsome, standing on the beach glistening in the setting sun, playing the mandolin. A seagull poops on my face.

  • A perfect moment in my life would be with my dad flying me around the house while in my Superman costume when I was six.

  • When my eyes teared up the moment my son was born.

  • One time I accidentally stapled my finger. That would be pretty quick.

  • It would have to be a smile.

  • The moment when I realized that happiness doesn't come from what I always thought it did. That it comes from helping others and being honest with yourself.

  • Me standing on the edge of the grand canyon looking out over the great creation with my arms spread wide and yelling at the top of my lungs./The time I realized that life isn't always what it's cracked up to be and that life goes on even if you lose the girl or old friends move on. New and better things come around and realizing that we are a product of our pasts. Yeah, I was young, but it sure did help from then on out. I felt a great stress relieved from my shoulders and it was the most incredible thing ever

  • He picked me up by the throat and slammed me into the wall, just inches above the stereo speaker, leaning his full body weight into my throat, strangling me. Without thinking, I pulled my knees up tight to my chest, planted both booted feet firmly against his chest and kicked him away. His 5' 9", 225 pound, body-building, championship black belt self flew backward across his living room and landed with a satisfying "THUMP" on his back in the floor as he wheezed, "Where'd you learn THAT?"

  • The birth of my son.