Ciao a tutti amanti del cinema, oggi mi rivolgo soprattutto agli appassionati del super amato genere Horror😁, nel post di oggi, ho inserito due immagini tratte da due film, a mio avviso i capolavori del signor Pupi Avati; ho scelto il "pupino" perché attualmente nelle sale cinematografiche è in onda il suo nuovo, ultimo lavoro "IL SIGNOR DIAVOLO" che martedì, andrò con tanta curiosità a vedere con la mia compagna, sorella fedelissima Aurora👭🏻😁; prossima settimana ve ne riparlero', intanto vi scrivo i titoli dei film in foto: a partire da sopra "ZEDER" 1983, in basso "LA CASA DALLE FINESTRE CHE RIDONO" 1976, l' impronta che lasciano entrambi è una di quelle più MACABRE che abbia mai visto di tutti i film horror che ho dentro in "circolazione"❤🤣, due lavori di Pupi Avati prestigiosi, dai quali prendere assolutamente esempio, mi rivolgo a tutte le pellicole horror discrete che circolano negli ultimi anni, poveri noi😒; Per chi non avesse visto, ma gli amanti del genere, ho i miei dubbi che non l' abbiamo fatto, li consiglio vivamente❤! Ciao a tutti, buona continuazione, io attendo "Il signor diavolo"! #horror#passion#pupiavati#horrorchenonc'e'piu' #zeder#lacasadallefinestrecheridono#ilsignordiavolo#love
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•This year I have been lucky enough to be as part of the team recruiting the graduates for our 2020 program intake at work. Its been such an eye-opening experience and I gave learned so much from the process! •
•Sitting on the other side of the interview table for the first time has been great to learn some really great do’s and don’ts when it comes to interviewing and hear some really great reflections and insights from the interview panel. •
•Understanding what impression you are giving to the interview panel is really important! We are not always looking for the most qualified person, but someone who will fit into the workplace culture and add value to the team. •
•What are your top tips for people going in for interviews? I have filmed a new YouTube Video with all my top tips for Interviewees! (Link in my BIO!)👈👈😊
i get asked (pretty often) what the key is to living a passionate life. i usually shrug it off and say it’s all about honesty, but I gave it some thought and i realized there are actually a few concepts and cliches that I find myself repeating to myself daily that help me live my most passion-filled life. I’ve listed them below, beginning with the most-repeated phrases, with the hope that it will reach someone in a practical way.
tell the truth
don’t wait on anybody
train the brain
develop self trust
choose with love
reach out first
write it out
thank mother often
ask for help
love for love’s sake
I do want to mention that i believe the only way to really know what passion is for oneself is through acceptance and allowance - “accepting” that everything and everyone is doing the best that they possibly can, in this very moment, with the entirety of everything taken into account; and “allowing” every experience to be both a lesson and a mirror.
I have to allow experiences to take root in order to have an expectation of fruit.. I open myself up to new ideas and concepts that may seem daunting at first, in order to expand my understanding.
for me, allowing and accepting always precedes letting go, and the lightness of letting go always precedes seeing more clearly. clarity, for me, induces passion.