Movie Night: Christopher Robin

March 9 2019:

Team TLC Movie Night -My choice: “Christopher Robin” – Put this on hold several months ago. It was finally our turn!

I say, “Beautiful, heartwarming story of living a mindful life. Winnie the Pooh is a master at living in the present moment. Love, love, loved it.”

Quote from the movie, “Doing nothing often leads to the very best of something.” – Christopher Robin

Lillian says, “Good, emotional, good moral, liked the music, and my favorite character is Madeline.”

Thomas sat this one out.

Extra Movie Night: Walk With Me

February 20 2018:

Team TLC extra movie night … My choice: “walk with me”

I say, “This is my second time to see this one. Requested a library purchase of it so we were the first to watch the library copy! YAY!! This documentary is incredibly calming and simply beautiful in the amount of mindfulness that exudes from it. I could watch over and over. Not to mention being narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch … such a soothing voice he has. Watch it and spread the message.”

Lillian says, “The parts I watched were good.”

Thomas says, “I really liked it! It was really good!”

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Movie Night: Walk With Me

January 14 2018:

Thank you to Reno Buddhist Center for hosting this screening. I’ve been patiently waiting for the debut. This is an incredibly soothing documentary. I felt as if I was meditating for the entire show, feeling the bell as it was invited, and I hardly even moved during the hour and a half. So simple. So beautiful.

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Movie Night: Milton’s Secret

December 30 2017:

Team TLC movie night – My choice: “Milton’s Secret”

Thomas says, “I liked it and it was enjoyable. Liked the topic, but wasn’t as realistic as it could have been.”

Lillian says, “Good, awesome, like the movie name, and like the plot.”

I say, “I was so much looking forward to watching this after reading the children’s book by Eckhart Tolle. Love Donald Sutherland, yet was disappointed in the movie. Suppose I was hoping for something much deeper and this seemed to barely skim the surface.”

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