Cat Man

Looking for signs to hang on to life I see a post on a street lamp I know it's God letting me know That my friend is only hiding from this tramp. Click on the title to read the full poem.

New World

Being with you feels like Stepping on firm ground For the first time. Click on the title to read the full poem.

Re Loca (2018)

What if you could suddenly let go of filters and say what you really think? In the midst of a routine life, full of demands and pressures, a casual and magical encounter will make Pilar (Natalia Oreiro) turn "Re Loca" (super crazy) and can say and do what we all dream about but don't dare to do. Work, friends, boyfriends and family will witness the liberating consequences of this revealing change. Of course, getting rid of the the people and situations that drain your energy isn't going to be that easy. They tend to not want to go without a fight, after all, you have made life all too comfortable for them. A comedy not to be missed, with characters with whom it will be impossible not to identify, on a subject of indisputable actuality. Click on the title to read the full review.

Insatiable Void

I wanted to know that you care I wanted the sun to shine everyday I wanted life to come easy I wanted pain to never come visit. Click on the title to read the full poem.

The Invention of Lying (2009)

Imagine a world where everyone tells the truth all the time. It sounds fantastic doesn't it? Well... not quite... Keep in mind that this means that there are no filters, no flattery, no fiction and no soft landings. Are you Ok with your date letting you know what she will be doing while getting ready as you wait downstairs? Let me tell you, this guy does not know what hit him and it is funny to hear out loud what may go inside a guy's head while on a date. Get ready to watch your favorite film, "the invention of forks" and "The black plague" both historical films narrated by a single person. Yeah, acting is also out of the picture if lying is not possible. Click on the title to read the full review

From the Bottom of my Heart

After the hurricane is over And the whirlwind slows down Light shines a new focus Peace begins to reign And only the good times remain. Click on the title to read the full poem.

Just Because

I love you because you rolled the red carpet And welcomed me with open arms Knowing you weren't perfect You let me see you inside and out. Click on the title to read the full poem.

Out of Control

Think about your weight Think about what you did Think about what you lack Think of what's important to me. Click on the tile to read the full poem.

Synchronic (2019)

This is a sci-fi thriller with a very eerie feeling. The plot is a mind-bending exploration of the limits of human perception. What if time as we know it is a lie? A new designer drug is taking over the lives of people by altering the way in which the brain perceives time. The first scene starts with a couple trying a novel new drug that transforms their environment into their worst nightmare. The next scene jumps to first responders Steve and Dennis finding another couple with multiple stab wounds from what seems to be an ancient historical artifact. Click on the title to read the full review.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

What if you could erase from your memory an intense love affair or an entire relationship? Would you do it? Would you want to forget? Most people have met that one person who completely changed the way they thought about relationships and love itself. A relationship so full of color that every memory is equally filled with both joy and dreadful pain. The one who made them want to throw caution to the wind and do crazy things. The love that moved so fast and so intensely, it was impossible not to take a leap of faith by jumping right in. This movie invites the audience to wonder what would happen if we erased that memory. Would we ever learn anything from the past or would we repeat the same mistakes? Does ‘the one’ really exist? And if so, how do we know when we found it?. Click on the title to read the full review.

Intimacy: Trusting Oneself and the Other. Insights for a new way of living (Osho)

This book is an invitation to dig deeper into the self and find out who you really are in order to create synchronicity between thought and action, inviting others to truly connect with us. When we wear masks we create dysfunction in our internal mechanism, so that when we want to smile it becomes forced, and when we truly want to love, we have forgotten how or what it means. When we fail to embrace the less perfect side of ourselves that has been forgotten and shamed, the stronger that side becomes and takes control of our actions forming a life of its own. Click on the title to read the full review.

The Other Side

Take my hand and step Into the fire with me Hush your fears Trust yourself You are a Phoenix Yearning to be set free ©yourdailyescape.blog

Our Secret

You were sitting by the window Lost in deep thought when I arrived I kissed your forehead And gently held your hand. Click on the title to read the full poem.

Russian Doll- (2019)

The plot centers around Nadia, who seems like a typical New Yorker, working as a software developer, and living a life of excess. It's her 36th birthday, and while it would be normal for her to feel happy that her friends are throwing her a party, she seems quite disengaged. Something is not right from the beginning. Nadia starts off the night by bailing from her own party to spend the night with a stranger, only to end up dying... again and again. Click on the title to read the full review.

The Art of Happiness (His Holiness The Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler)

This book makes an important distinction between happiness and joy indicating that the latter creates a more positive state of mind than the former. This is the example used by his holiness: "The feeling of happiness is similar to a high, that can be felt during an event or when achieving a specific goal that we are pursuing, and therefore, happiness can feel like it is constantly eluding us. Thus the search for happiness can lead to long periods of resentment, frustration and low self esteem." Click on the title to read the full review.

Workin’ Moms (2017-2020)

This is a Canadian television sitcom that follows a group of friends as they deal with the challenges of being working mothers. The story revolves around Kate and Anne (two best friends since college) who share a very strong bond, no bullshit between these two. They don't hold anything back and this is shown from the first episode as they stare at each other's bare chest and engage on a debate about the 'sogginess level' of their boobs after motherhood. 😀 The primary driver behind the humor is the indifference shown by society and partners, who have no idea of how hard it is to make it all work. Click on the title to read the full review.

The Police

This band is loaded with shy playfulness and layers of metaphors. Over time I also noticed that each album represented a different growth stage for Sting. He walks us from his lonely, insecure and jealous streak, all the way to his solo song "If you love somebody set them free." I really appreciate how he can paint a detailed picture with the lyrics. Click on the title to read the full review.

The Lobster (2019)

This film employs a dystopian setting to depict the reality of the binary world that we live in and the poor mating choices that people make based on fear. This is a very dark comedy that treads lightly on the edge of tragedy. The major take away of this movie is that unlike we have been told, love is not blind. Click on the title to read the full review.

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