In this clip of Episode 1 of the Positive Masters Show podcast, I mention how you can bring people together through your art. Art forms such as novels, poetry, theatre, movies, music, designs, and drawings, can bring out the emotions of your audience and make them connect with your story that may have a deep message on issues like war, discrimination, racism, physical violence, verbal abuse, bullying, suicide, and mental health. If you can make someone care about your character when they normally wouldn’t but for your art, that’s huge! Now they have empathy and compassion for that character and all the people that fits into that category of your character. Through your art, you can spread love and peace!
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I saw the Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame with my friends Allen, Janet, and Saizha on May 25, 2019 at Pearl Highlands, Pearl City, Hawaii. Man, Ironman. Heartwrenching.
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My friends and I watched the Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame.
The greatest teacher, failure is. – Yoda –
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I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started to watch “Cyborg She” or “Boku no kanojo wa saibôgu,” a romantic movie in which Jiro, a lonely university student meets a beautiful and interesting woman who turns out to be a Cyborg from the future who lacks manners and emotions.
It was really good that I cried at the ending part of the movie.
The movie was written and directed by Jae-young Kwak and starred Haruka Ayase and Keisuke Koide.
I loved this song, “Yamaoku Shounen no Koi Monogatari” by Nakagawa Izumi from the scene where they go back in time and visit his hometown during his childhood.
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When you pass a law as a politician, people will say you did it for votes.
When you argue the law as a lawyer, they will say you did it to win.
But when you make a law alive through the arts, people will see it is from your heart.
– Jon Riki Karamatsu, 5/11/2017 –
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I went on my own to see the movie “Our Meal For Tomorrow” (僕らのごはんは明日で待ってる) based on the novel by Maiko Seo at the Hawaii International Film Festival on April 4, 2017 at Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18 Theatre, Honolulu, Hawaii. I saw my Uncle Glenn and Aunty Jo Ann Matsumoto at the movie too. It was very good!
“500 Days of Summer” is one of my all-time favorite movies. I like it because it’s so real, filled with all of life’s strengths and weaknesses. As much as we want our heart to act, sometimes it won’t, no matter how hard we try. On the opposite side, sometimes we fall in love, but the other person just can’t feel the same no matter how much that person cares for you. In the end, it hurts so much between the two of you. This movie is based on an experience that the screenwriter went through. The song “Sweet Disposition” by The Temper Trap really hits you in the right emotional spot and matches the movie.
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A couple of days ago, while taking a break from my work, I watched the ending part of the movie “Serendipity,” which I haven’t seen in awhile. Here’s the song “When You Know” by Shawn Colvin with clips of the movie in the video.