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â€œOften in video games we get to choose how weâ€™re seen. Our avatars and our tweets and the work that we do are all meant to portray the story that we want to tell the world about why our lives matter. But sometimes the story is written on to us. Where itâ€™s told because of us or in spite of us. And it reveals our weaknesses, our failures, our hopes, and our fears. You let us tell the story of my son, Joel. And, in the end, it was not the story that we wanted to tell. But you chose to love us through our grief by being willing to stop and to listen and to not turn away. To let my son..Joelâ€™s life change you because you chose to see him and to experience how we loved him.
And I have hope that when we are all willing to see each other, not for just who we want to be but who we are and who weâ€™re meant to be. This act of love and this act of grace can change the world.â€
-Ryan Green, Creator, â€œThat Dragon, Cancerâ€