BeMotion Inc. Partnering with Smart Services Corp. to Launch a New Service app for Home & Retail Services

BeMotion Inc. Partnering with Smart Services Corp. to Launch a New Service app for Home & Retail Services

We don't sell software, We deliver success ”

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TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — BeMotion Inc. Partnering with Smart Services Corp. to Launch a New Service app for Home & Retail Services, the Mobile App Will Solve the Challenge of Finding Good & fast Services

Companies in the United States and Europe like Angie's List and Handy have been growing for years. These are websites and mobile apps that make it easier for homeowners to find help in fixing problems around the house. Until today, this was an idea that was left untapped in the MENA region. But not anymore.
In the fall of 2020 will see the introduction of the Smart Services mobile application. Beginning with service providers in the North American, MENA markets, the app seeks to provide an extensive and comprehensive database of home service providers that will do anything from painting and cleaning your house to rewiring the bungalow outback. "As a homeowner, I have always hated having to deal with the occasional issues around my home," states Hussein Abu Hassan, BeMotion Inc. Founder & CEO. "There are thousands of very talented men and women that can provide these services, but there has never been an easy way to contact, communicate and connect with them." We are going to change that.
Smart Services Corp., is partnering with BeMotion Inc, the Toronto based software firm best known for its Mobile Commerce Network platform solution. "BeMotion inc allows us to enter the market almost immediately with a multi-million-dollar technology ecosystem, and that has already been proven to support our business goals. I can focus on growing the business instead of supporting the technology requirements", states Susan Walker, CEO of Smart Services Corp.

About (MCN Platform): https://www.bemotioninc.com/
The platform empowers businesses to build native apps for a variety of business functions. Such as M-commerce, digital advertising, event management, offers, payment gateway, and 25 other more features. The platform is super comprehensive. There are a lot of key ingredients. Providing the opportunity to create uniquely personal app experiences that drive brand engagement and conversion, plan the ongoing commitment and a lot more in less than 10 days.

About (DCN Vending & Marketplace): http://www.dcnvending.com/
A North American subsidiary of BeMotion Inc., established in 2018 as the provider of innovative Smart vending machines distributed in 3000+ locations serving a wide range of high standards of PPE, CBD, health & fitness products.

Don't hesitate to request a demo!

For any additional information or if you require further clarification about BeMotion Inc.,
please do not hesitate to contact us at info@bemotioninc.com, – www.bemotioninc.com

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Ten Movies that Changed the Movies

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Denise Meridith is CEO of the World’s Best Connectors, a virtual community of executives and a lifelong movie fan.

The shelter-in-place policies have given us the opportunity and impetus to take another look at the iconic films that have shaped moviemaking the past 50 years.

PHOENIX , ARIZONA, USA, July 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — With limited ability to go to theatres in 2020, we should take the opportunity to remember some of the films we enjoyed in the past. These "Ten Movies that Changed the Movies" are not all Oscar-Best-Picture winners; but they were all revolutionary. They were game changers that provided universal memories for all of us who saw them. These movies changed the way movies were made.

1. Jurassic Park–“Dinosaurs that run:" A dream of Stephen Spielberg led to development of techniques that made clay models and stop action obsolete. Anyone during the summer of 1993 had the same look of shock and awe as the character Alan did when he first saw the brontosaurus.
2. North by Northwest–A four-minute crop duster chase with actor Cary Grant, composer Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock at their heights, created a perfect storm and a perfect movie.
3. The Ten Commandments–Cecil B. DeMille used up to 14,000 extras and special effects that (while primitive by today’s standards and the fact that you already know the ending) created still-exciting, spiritually-inspiring scenes.
4. A Quiet Place–Who would fund a screenplay with no dialogue and a woman giving birth in a bathtub? Luckily, star/director John Krasinski and producer Michael Bay believed. This "silent" picture was actually nominated for a 2019 Oscar in Sound Editing. While this surprise hit did not win that award, it won many others, including AFI Movie of the Year.
5. Get Out–Another surprise was 2017's Get Out, the first movie by comedian Jordan Peele. Peele explored issues of race in a horror movie, in a way not seen since Night of the Living Dead. The movie inspired lively, sometimes heated, discussion groups at universities and clubs around the country. It showed how differently whites and Blacks experience life in America (e.g., exposing many white people to the dangers of “driving while Black” for the first time).
6. Psycho—Anthony Perkin's Norman Bates performance was so unforgettable; it probably inhibited his future career. This Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece changed American movie-going habits, like what ages should see what. My mother would not allow me to go see it, but my 10-year-older sister could. During this era, people used to arrive at a theater at any time, even after the movie had started, and could stay, see it through a second time if they desired. When Psycho came out, customers were advised to see it from the beginning and warned not to tell others about the twists. Hitchcock continued to create more great thrillers.
7. Star Wars–Kids knew they were in for something special as soon as the opening credits scrolled. This 1977 George Lucas film started a serial saga that would stretch over nine installments and 40 years, into the next century. It did not tackle serious cultural issues, like the Star Trek television had in the 1960's; the Star Wars movies were strictly fun, fast-paced entertainment for all ages.
8. Do The Right Thing–Spike Lee exploded into the public's consciousness with this complex urban drama. While many white people were surprised and shocked by the ending, most African-Americans moviegoers understood Mookie's character arc during the film. Though it was over 30 years ago, the film was prophetic of the current furor over the George Floyd murder.
9. Memento—Many people today might not be able to name the actor (Guy Pierce) or remember who directed it (though this is thought to be one of Jonathan Nolan's best films); but this Oscar-nominated movie proved movie storyboards did not have to be chronological. It is worth seeing this cult favorite, which was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry, for the first or the 10th time.
10. The French Connection —Gene Hackman’s 1970's Jimmy Doyle was nothing like the 1950’s Joe Friday. "Popeye" was flawed, obsessed, and loved by enthusiastic movie audiences: he was the role model for the many anti-heroes that followed. The five-minute iconic car chase also became a required feature of innumerable action movies thereafter.

There are others– Honorable Mentions–that did not make my top ten For instance, though 1967's Wait until Dark was not a horror movie, director Terrance Young created one of the most shocking moments in modern movie history. The encounter between Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin would be imitated in every scream-inducing thriller since.

In the Heat of the Night gave us a different type of shock; it delivered a cultural slap heard around the world. Sidney Poitier, a proud, intelligent, and defiant detective shattered the screen stereotypes of Black males, drew cheers from Black movie goers. It would also send chills through whites in the South, where Poitier could not stay in the whites-only hotel during the shooting of scenes for the movie. Unfortunately, this movie is still relevant today.

From A Fistful of Dollars through The Unforgiven-Clint Eastwood changed the look of westerns. Gritty and violent, Eastwood's silent, no-named characters, in what were called "spaghetti westerns" in the 1960's, were very different from the clean-cut John Wayne cowboys, and were very appealing to the rebellious youth of America.

Goldfinger–Though 1962's Dr. No started it, in 1964, this was the blockbuster which made martinis, Aston Martins, a slick, sarcastic spy named James Bond and its star Sean Connery so popular. The theme song, opening credits, soulful ballads and crazy gadgets populated over 25 movies. Americans were always anxious for more. Due to COVID-19, we will have to wait until 2021 for the last Daniel Craig outing–No Time to Die.

Jaws–While Psycho temporarily changed Americans' shower habits, Spielberg scared people out of the ocean in 1975. While the sequels were not very good, Jaws helped start the trend of summer blockbusters, where the studios competed to release their biggest money-makers when schools let out.

With the proliferation of Netflix. Prime Video, Disney Plus, TCM, and numerous other sources, we have the wonderful capability to revisit these films and see how the trends we take for granted got started.

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Village Box Cafe, LLC, the ultimate dining experience

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Village Box Café Bar & Grill or "The Box," owned and operated by Village Box Cafe, LLC, is the ultimate dining experience. A full-service restaurant, bar, grill, and events venue space sure to delight.

A new way to dine and entertain, consisting of an in-house branded "bar & grill," themed events, lounges and bars, comedy, and dance nights.

The Company offer's such events as their highly anticipated "Food Bar," held nightly on the Box patio from 5-9 pm. From Taco night to Soulfood, Pasta, and Asian cuisine for $10.00 per person this hits the spot. Happy hour couldn't be any happier.

This modern, yet stylish and happening restaurant features three (3) areas of dining and entertainment space.

The main restaurant features a 200-person dining room complete with a walk-up bar and flat-screen TV's for your enjoyment. To a signature indoor performance stage for dine-in entertainment.

The second dining experience leads you to a "signature" outdoor patio known as "The Box." Private cabanas, an open-air "beer box," covered and open-air dining, and 24 flat screen TV's so you'll never miss a game or that special event. A stylish, upbeat environment awaits you at the patio Box.

The third dining experience leads you to a rooftop terrace which comes with rooftop seating, a walk-up bar, flat-screen TVs, and a signature dance floor open every Friday and Saturday nights.

While the Company is working hard to provide the ultimate dining experience their mission wouldn't be complete without your generous contributions.

Check out the Company's Kickstarter campaign over at http://kck.st/31U5DaP.

Or view their newly released commercial at https://vimeo.com/434846138.

For your generous contributions, they have assembled a worthwhile list of Perks.

From the Box to the Box Elite they have you covered.

Village Box Café Bar & Grill is owned and operated by Village Box Café, LLC, a California limited liability company. Its CEO, Oliver B. Mitchell III, has well over 30 years in corporate retail, government, and entertainment industry experience.

The Mission Statement of Village Box Café, LLC, is to provide "the ultimate dining experience" and with your contributions, they will fulfill their mission.

FYI, in the event you may not be able to contribute will you please help them spread the word and pass this campaign to a friend or place on your social media page?

Thank you for your interest in Village Box Café Bar & Grill.

All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2020.

Media Inquiries: oliver@villageboxcafe.com

Village Box Café LLC the un-ordinary bar and grill.

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Cinemoi Network to Premiere Global Men’s Fashion Week

Exclusively on Cinemoi July 5th & July 12th

LOS ANGELES, CA, US, July 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cinemoi Television Network announces the Premiere of Global Men's Fashion Week. In association with The Journey Fashion Festival, Cinemoi will exhibit the world's hottest new trends and future classics in menswear in an immersive digital global format.

The two-part series will bring highlights of the world’s most sought-after men's runway shows direct to the viewer’s smartphone, tablet or TV.* Airing July 5th and July 12th at 9 PM ET, each 30-minute episode will present viewers an exclusive peek inside Men’s Fashion Week as never seen before.

President and Chief Creative Officer of Cinemoi, one of the world’s only women-owned television networks, Daphna E. Ziman, in association with Malena Belafonte, founder and creator of The Journey Fashion Festival, launched the Virtual Fashion Week program with the goal of serving as a platform where world-famous designers alongside emerging and minority-owned brands, female-owned brands, sustainable brands, and more could share their creations and their voices with the world.

Global Men’s Fashion Week will feature behind the scenes interviews with designers, models, and other fashion industry professionals, as well as up-close-and-personal footage of show preparations backstage including hair and makeup, runway shows, and collection presentations.

Cinemoi President Daphna E. Ziman said, “Cinemoi is proud to present Global Men's Fashion Week. As fashion is the common denominator for cultural diversity, we are honored to be able to feature African-based designers’ powerful work as one of the core elements of the program.”

Featured Africa-based designers include: Chulaap – Cape Town, South Africa, Sheria Ngowi – Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, Laurence Airline – Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, James – Lagos, Nigeria, Nao Serati – Johannesburg, South Africa, and many more.

The show’s co-producer, Malena Belafonte, states, “Fashion is a visual art medium and with great production value, one can obtain buyers, press, celebrity fans, and most importantly, offer viewers a front-row seat.”

*Cinemoi Network’s curated programming is available on Apple TV & Apple iOS, Sling TV, Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, Frontier, Google Play, and Samsung devices.

Watch the Trailer: here

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Cinemoi Television Network is a leader in the film, fashion, and luxury lifestyle industry, delivering exquisite innovative content and a carefully curated programming lineup. Cinemoi’s programming includes both modern and classic films, fashion films, fashion weeks around the globe, popular talk shows, film festivals, and international lifestyles. Cinemoi is one of the only woman-owned global television networks, with its leader, Daphna E. Ziman.
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Broadway Stars, Led by Former “Hamilton” Actor Abby Jaros, Rally to Support Ukulele Kids Club With New Initiative

Broadway performer Abby Jaros in support of Ukulele Kids Club

Abby Jaros, Broadway performer and UKC Ambassador

Broadway star Abby Jaros leading Da'Niya

Video still of Abby Jaros and UKC kid Da’Niya choreographing dance moves

Performers Offer Talents to Support Hospitalized Children

I was thrilled to see that my fellow Broadway performers were eager to join in and share their talents with hospitalized kids in need. This is how the idea of #UKCBroadway was born.”

— Abby Jaros, Broadway performer

LAKELAND , FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Stage and screen performers are joining together to dedicate their time and talents for the benefit of hospitalized children and the nonprofit Ukulele Kids Club, in an all-new initiative launched today. Piloted by UKC Ambassador and Broadway performer Abby Jaros, the new program, called UKC Broadway, includes actors, singers, and performers who share songs, dancing, and more in support of the UKC mission. The initiative, using the hashtag #UKCBroadway, adds a new dimension to the charitable work of the UKC, which since 2014 has supported the healthcare of nearly 10,000 children globally through music therapy and donations of ukuleles.

“Professional performers understand how transformative music can be, and almost no one needs a transformative experience more than a hospitalized child,” said UKC President Stephanie Epstein, MM, MT-BC. “We are so grateful to the Broadway community, led by Abby Jaros, for joining with us to help these children – and their families – cope with the fear, anxiety, and discomfort that can occur with short-term or long-term hospital stays.”

UKC Broadway will debut with a video capture of Ms. Jaros rehearsing a dance routine with Da’Niya, a teenager who has been in and out of the hospital for much of her life. The video can be viewed at https://youtu.be/yGZFgaQNZYk

“I had always wanted to find the right way for Broadway to give back to our communities,” said Ms. Jaros, veteran of “Hamilton” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” among many other performances. “Through family connections, I knew about the UKC, developed a passion for their mission, and started brainstorming about how we could work together. So many artists play ukulele for gigs or for fun, and I was thrilled to see that my fellow performers were eager to join in and share their talents with hospitalized kids in need. This is how the idea of #UKCBroadway was born.”

UKC Broadway includes live performances given virtually by Broadway stars on UKC social channels, and will also directly connect select Broadway performers with hospitalized children. Earlier UKC Broadway virtual performances include Danny Quadrino, Broadway veteran of “Newsies,” “Bye, Bye Birdie,” and “Wicked”. The next scheduled performance will be by Joshua Turchin from Broadway’s “The Early Night Show," on July 11. Mr. Turchin is also a UKC Kid Ambassador and will share his performance skills while rallying Broadway’s kid and teen talent.

Mr. Turchin’s performance can be found on the UKC Facebook Live on July 11, 2020 at 7:30pm EDT. All UKC live performances, including UKC Broadway, and past performances are archived on the UKC Facebook Live page at https://www.facebook.com/UkuleleKidsClubInc/live_videos/

About Ukulele Kids Club, Inc.
The Ukulele Kids Club (UKC) is an international, nonprofit organization based in Plantation, Florida. The UKC was founded in 2013 by Corey and Edda Bergman as a tribute to Corey’s son Jared Bergman. Since its founding, the UKC has directly supported the health care of nearly 10,000 children through music, music therapy and donations of its signature instrument. The UKC works with more than 200 hospital-based music therapy programs in the U.S. and internationally, including Canada, France, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and the United Kingdom.The UKC is a platinum-level GuideStar participant; learn more at www.theukc.org.

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Celebrate the Dalai Lama's 85th Birthday this week — "The Dalai Lama — Scientist" is now free to view, worldwide

"The Dalai Lama — Scientist" is free to view July 6th to July 14th

The Dalai Lama – Scientist is a revelation, both immersive and transcendent, a documentary that brings to the forefront a presence of The Dalai Lama seldom, if ever, captured on the big screen before.”

— Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

BARCELONA, CO, SPAIN, July 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In honor of the 85th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of science, the documentary film, “The Dalai Lama — Scientist”, will be offered free for the world to view from today until July 14th, 2020.

The film, which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival Production Bridge and which has been released to great acclaim, has now won more than fifty awards from film festivals located around the world. This link will go live today, July 6th, making it possible for people around the world to watch the film for free in honor of the Dalai Lama’s 85th birthday.

Subtitles to the film are available in nine languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Tibetan, Hindi, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and English.

Containing extensive, rare and never-before-seen footage, "The Dalai Lama – Scientist" tells the incredible story of the Dalai Lama that no one knows, and of the Dalai Lama's lifelong journey from the world of Buddhism into the world of modern science. "For more than 30 years, I have spent much time with these Western Scientists," the Dalai Lama says. "When I think about myself now, sometimes I think I am only one-half Buddhist monk — the other-half Scientist."

Unlike many religious leaders, The Dalai Lama has always had a fascination with the nonsecular, experimental, and empirical pursuit of knowledge known as science. When he was young he enjoyed taking apart mechanical toys and putting them back together. Had he not been chosen at a young age to be the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, he says he would probably have become an engineer or electrician. His passion for science never abated. Starting in 1987, he began conferring regularly with the world’s greatest scientists, including psychologist Paul Ekman, mathematician and geneticist Eric Lander, neuroscientist Christof Koch, astrophysicist George Greenstein, professor of psychology and psychiatry Richard J. Davidson, and the neuroscientist Francisco Varela. They questioned the origins of our universe, whether or not multiple universes exist, the complexities of our consciousness, and the nature of humanity.

The film breaks these scientific dialogues into five major areas of inquiry: cosmology; quantum physics; cognitive science; neuroscience; molecular biology and genetics. It provides a lucid summary of the more challenging philosophical tenets of Tibetan Buddhism and the knottier concepts of modern science. A recurrent theme is the need to be openminded; repeatedly the Dalai Lama rejects dogmatism and insists that all ideas and beliefs must be challenged in the search for truth.

View the film here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thedalailamascientist

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Star & Creator Of New Animated Comedy Show "The High Life", Ralph Brekan, Set To Premiere This Month On Amazon Prime

Animated Comedy TV Show, “The High Life”

Creator and Star, Ralph Brekan

​“The High Life”​ Premieres Worldwide ​July 27th, 2020 ​on Social Club TV via Amazon Prime, Pluto TV, & Viacom.

LOS ANGELES, CA, US, July 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 2018 Telly Award-winning artist and actor Ralph Michael Brekan has collaborated with Ronin Content to broadcast his new animated TV series, "The High Life", which will be premiering on the Social Club TV channel later this month and available on streaming platforms such as Pluto TV/Viacom and Amazon Prime. RONIN is a content creation, development, production, and publishing company that produces innovative on-demand creative content, original shows, and IP that is distributed to an audience of millions across 18+ networks. President and CEO of Ronin Content, Joshua Otten, has personally selected “The High Life” for Fall 2020 Social Club TV programming.

“The High Life ” is set to air weekly on Ronin’s new Social Club TV channel, which distributes adult medical and recreational cannabis-related, content. Keeping in tune with the theme of the channel, Brekan’s new animated comedy follows the adventures of “Stevie Stoner.” Stevie lives the high life, 24 hours a day seven days a week. For Stevie, it’s 4:20 forever. Brekan, an emerging television actor with appearances on NCIS, Westworld, and Baskets, plays the lead character, Stevie Stoner.

“I co-created the show with my wife and studio partner Theresa Brekan”, states Brekan. The Brekan’s own and operate Artorama Studios, a boutique animation studio focused on limited 2D cartoon animation. When it came to casting, both Brekan and his wife saw the importance of inclusiveness and cast Jamaican voice actors Brent Onenuh and Damion Graham to play the roles of fictional reggae musicians "Rasta Ron" and "Reggae Mon".

Make sure to check out the worldwide premiere of “The High Life” on July 27th, 2020 on the Social Club TV channel available on these streaming devices: Pluto TV / Viacom, Amazon Prime, ish/sling (vod and linear), The Roku channel – pitch + aggregator, IMDB TV, AppleTV+, Tubi, TVOD Vimeo EST, Google Play, iTunes- push, Xumo, Overdrive, Hoopla, Kanopy, Comcast, Indemand, Vizio, Samsung +, Android TV, and via the SocialClubTV app downloadable for free at: https://www.thesocialclub.tv

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Jay Daniels Releases "Stay With Me"

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GOODLETTSVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, July 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For Immediate Release
Goodlettsville, Tennessee:

Dark Lonesome Records artist Jay Daniels releases "Stay With Me" following up the success of his debut release "Rock & Roll And Me" which was released earlier this year. Jay is a singer/songwriter who focuses on country, blues and rock & roll. Whether it be a fast, fun song or a loving, low-tempo ballad, most, if not all, of his music tells a story related to a time in his life, rather it be a reflection or an actual event.

"Stay With Me" is a true story about one morning when his wife was getting ready for work on his day off. On her way out the door she turned around and asked me to write her a song. "Stay With Me" is the result! It is a true story of what it’s like when she’s not there. The story is stay with me, don’t go!

From the beginning, music was in Jay. Jay's given name is “Jason Daniel,” which was the inspiration for the name, Jay Daniels. Jay grew up in Mobile, Alabama, listening and playing hard rock and heavy metal. He got his first guitar at the age of thirteen. By sixteen, he began playing live by sneaking into bars and clubs to sit in with his brother’s bands. There he found not just the love of playing music, but the fulfillment of sharing it with others and the sheer longing to do that more and more. Currently, Jay resides in Atlanta, Georgia and continues to write, sing, and produce videos of his music, including new projects with new material.

Jay's latest album, Rock and Roll and Me was released independently in April, 2019. This album is a rock, country, soulful creation. It’s like a beer, but with something stronger on the side. It’s different than what you are used to, but gets your attention and keeps you coming back for more.

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"The Dalai Lama — Scientist" to be offered free to view in honor of The Dalai Lama's 85th birthday

The Dalai Lama and Richard Davidson working together in a neuroscience laboratory.

The five disciplines covered in “The Dalai Lama — Scientist”.

For seven days only, July 6th to July 14th, 2020

The Dalai Lama – Scientist is a revelation, both immersive and transcendent, a documentary that brings to the forefront a presence of The Dalai Lama seldom, if ever, captured on the big screen before.”

— Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

BARCELONA, SPAIN, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Containing extensive, rare and never-before-seen footage, "The Dalai Lama – Scientist" tells the incredible story of the Dalai Lama that no one knows, and of the Dalai Lama's lifelong journey from the world of Buddhism into the world of modern science. "For more than 30 years, I have spent much time with these Western Scientists," the Dalai Lama says. "When I think about myself now, sometimes I think I am only one-half Buddhist monk — the other-half Scientist."

Unlike many religious leaders, The Dalai Lama has always had a fascination with the nonsecular, experimental, and empirical pursuit of knowledge known as science. When he was young he enjoyed taking apart mechanical toys and putting them back together. Had he not been chosen at a young age to be the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, he says he would probably have become an engineer or electrician. His passion for science never abated. Starting in 1987, he began conferring regularly with the world’s greatest scientists, including psychologist Paul Ekman, mathematician and geneticist Eric Lander, neuroscientist Christof Koch, astrophysicist George Greenstein, professor of psychology and psychiatry Richard J. Davidson, and the neuroscientist Francisco Varela. They questioned the origins of our universe, whether or not multiple universes exist, the complexities of our consciousness, and the nature of humanity.

The film breaks these scientific dialogues into five major areas of inquiry: cosmology; quantum physics; cognitive science; neuroscience; molecular biology and genetics. It provides a lucid summary of the more challenging philosophical tenets of Tibetan Buddhism and the knottier concepts of modern science. A recurrent theme is the need to be openminded; repeatedly the Dalai Lama rejects dogmatism and insists that all ideas and beliefs must be challenged in the search for truth.

In honor of the 85th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and in recognition of his outstanding contributions to fostering dialogue and collaboration between western science and Buddhist science for the benefit of humanity, the award-winning film, “The Dalai Lama — Scientist” will be offered free for the world to view from July 6th to July 14th, 2020.

The film has been released to great acclaim, winning more than fifty awards from film festivals located around the world. This link will go live on July 6th, making it possible for all of humanity to watch the film for free in honor of the Dalai Lama’s 85th birthday.

Subtitles to the film are available in nine languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Tibetan, Hindi, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and English.

View the film here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thedalailamascientist

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Make Me Yellow Will Continue to Offer “Simpsonize Me” Service on 2021

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The team at Make Me Yellow is excited to announce that they will continue offering their “Simpsonize Me” services in 2021

Make Me Yellow Rocks!”

— Enrique Delgado

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Make Me Yellow launched their "Simpsonize Me" services in 2012, and while the company is not affiliated with the wildly popular show The Simpsons, Make Me Yellow’s team of artists can take a single picture of a person and transform it into a Simpsonized cartoon character.

Make Me Yellow has seen such success that it recently launched a Gold Membership program to reward Gold Members with exclusive discounts, free backgrounds, and free accessories for life.

Customers get started by selecting a package, which hinges upon the number of people they’ll be Simpsonizing. Once the customer has completed payment, the Make Me Yellow team gets to work. Customers can also opt to choose from a list of 61 backgrounds (extra charges apply), including the fair, the market, Burns’ office, the church, Springfield park, Moe’s bar, and many more. When customers choose a package that includes a background, they automatically achieve Gold Member status and earn lifetime benefits.

The standard turnaround time is 5 to 7 days, so customers have plenty of time to get their simpsonize artwork in time for the Christmas holidays. In addition, Make Me Yellow offers unlimited revisions until customers are 100% satisfied. Final artwork is delivered in a premium quality JPEG file, and editable vector files can be sent upon request. 24-48 rush hour requests can be accommodated per request.

Make Me Yellow looks forward to working with people through the 2019 holidays. More information can be found at https://makemeyellow.photos/.

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