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Uncage Your Inner-self
The idea behind is to inspire people to live healthy - happy - meaningful lives. The elephant symbolizes the inner strengh and wisdom that is within all of us. Carl Jung often spoke about the elephant as the symbol of the self. We at wish to make the seed inside everyone of us grow in a way that will enrich our journey in life. Being part of means un-caging your inner-self and unleashing the hidden strength and power within you.

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Lego – Denmark, Filming Scene for “The Good Life”

Posted on Aug 14, 2015 in Blog, Events, Inspirational Quotes | 0 comments

Everybody had a fun-filled day filming LEGO for our upcoming film: “The Good Life”, reminding us of, one of the twentieth century’s major poets, TS Elliot’s Famous Quote: “We shall...

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Fatherly Love | Beautiful Day | Filming a scene for our upcoming film “The Good Life”

Posted on Jul 20, 2015 in Blog, Events | 0 comments

Fatherly Love: Thankful for a beautiful day filming our very dear friend Farhad & his son Romeo. I believe this was Romeo’s first acting job....

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You are on to something big in your work — “The Small, Happy Life”

Posted on Jul 8, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

You are on to something big in your work. Please intensify the effort. This...

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Disney/Pixar “Inside Out” – Discover Human Emotions

Posted on Jun 18, 2015 in Blog, Watermill Pond Stories | 0 comments

As Disney/Pixar presents a new animated movie “Inside Out”,...

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Holocaust Memoir ‘Man’s Search For Meaning’ Heading To Screen

Posted on Jun 11, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

A friend of mine sent me this email the other day: “I don’t know if you...

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A Field trip to Phillip Glass and Alan Ginsberg: “Hydrogen Jukebox”

Posted on Jun 11, 2015 in Blog, Events | 0 comments

A fantastic trip to the Long Beach Opera to feel and study an amazingly...

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NY Times OP-ED: “The Small, Happy Life” brought to us via Lawrence King

Posted on May 29, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Lawrence King: “You have to include this point of view in your film (THE...

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