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Photos That Captured The Best Moments From The Lives Of Ordinary People

Richard Deitsch is an American journalist working for a weekly sports magazine “Sport Illustrated”. One day in his Twitter the man asked the question: “Which of you have photos that show the best, what happened to you in life?” Soon Richard Deitsch received many beautiful photos from all corners of the world.

The day when my twins were born.

My son, suffering from autism, is with our new kitten.

The day when my spouse recovered from the heart and lung transplantation.

On this day we found out that my mother had won cancer.

That day I returned home after a 6-month service to see my son for the first time.

Before my father died of leukemia, he told my children the same stories that I heard when I was a child.

This day was the beginning of a new life – we adopted our three children.

My sons meet their younger brother. This is their first joint photo.

Our daughter first meets with her newly adopted brother.

I hold my first-born in my arms.

Our eldest daughter began to read books to her younger sister for the first time in her life.

Our eldest daughter began to read books to her younger sister for the first time in her life.

At that time I was leaving a hospital after the second liver transplant.

The most memorable day in six months since my twins were born. They fell asleep themselves!

The first game with my son.

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