The Intern Movie – With Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway

Warning: These are spoilers from the Movie “The Intern”. With Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway. If you do not want me to spoil the movie for you and want to see it, do not proceed, but if you would like to read what I have to say, then please by all means proceed.

For the last couple of months, I have heard about this movie called “The Intern” with Robert De Niro, and Anne Hathaway, and I finally saw the movie, and I must say, that it is a great movie that is so tastefully done. Of all the recent films, I have seen in the past year, I give this one a two-thumbs-up. There was a quote that Robert De Niro “Ben” Says, that really got me thinking about is “You are never wrong, when you do the right thing”. That is absolutely true.

It is about a Woman named Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway), who is the founder of a company called “About the Fit” and she builds up the company with a website, fashion, dresses, shipping and lands herself in a struggle and is looking for a senior intern over 65 years of age. So, Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro), sees an ad for that position, so he reads the ad and makes a video cover letter, he goes to several interviews at “About the Fit” and he gets hired. He made a big impact in the company and assisted those in need of guidance and doing the right thing and advising people on what to do and how to run a company. Plus there is a lot more about the movie. It is a must see.

The moral and the lesson taught from this movie is, never give up on what you worked so hard for, and in any life situation, that it is never shameful to ask for help, advice or guidance through tough times in life, however it is shameful to never ask and to gain knowledge and expertise of those who have experienced it all and who can guide you to the right path with whatever you do. When you are unsure, never hesitate to ask.

When you work hard in life, especially the drive and passion you have for whatever talent(s), skills, attributes or whatever the case maybe, it is so important to keep your head up high and reach for the stars. For example if you love Art, Entertainment, Being a doctor, real estate agent, lawyer, pharmacist, baker, chef, someone in hospitality, auto’s, and anything else in life, always go for what you enjoy and what you build yourself up to be and never allow anybody to tell you that you cannot do it, or have the capabilities to do so. Those people are not you, they don’t know how to walk in your own shoes, and this is your journey to climb that mountain with every step you take.

Incredible and wonderful movie.

I will watch it again. I give it a 5 star.

News on Noubar – 7 Years On-Going Battle with Cancer

In my previous post about Noubar Yigidbashian a few days ago, we collected over $5,000.
https://talinorfali.wordpress.com/2015/03/20/plea-to-save-noubar-7-years-ongoing-battle-with-cancer/

New Updates,

In Noubar’s interview on the Show, Hai Horizon on this link below explains it all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mEfctsCEWE&feature=share

Time is of the essence, and Noubar and his loved ones need all the donations they can receive. No donation is too small. even 10 dollars, 20 dollars or whatever monetary gift you can give and as well as the gift of life is and will be appreciated by Noubar, his loved ones. There are 31 days left and $16,657 has been raised of the $700,000 goal they are trying to receive for Noubar’s treatments.

This link outlines it all with information, photos and this is where you can donate.
http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/help-save-my-father-s-life/313686

You have no idea how much this will mean to them.

Thank you very much.

Talin Orfali

Plea to save Noubar- 7 years ongoing battle with cancer

Sometimes life throws us an unfortunate curve ball of cancer and it is a terrible ordeal one has to go through along with loved ones of that person going through it all. Noubar Yigidbashian is 42 years old who has been going through 7 years of Multiple Myeloma cancer of the blood who definitely needs a miracle to treat him and unfortunately they are short of funds to get that treatment which has put him and his loved ones in a financial burden. They need $700,000 and so far $5, 728 has been raised on this fundraising site called YouCaring.com

http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/plea-to-save-noubar-7-years-ongoing-battle-with-cancer/313686

Noubar makes monthly trips to New York at the Weill Cornell Medical Center. He is from Montreal. He heads to NYC to receive the treatment, however they have run out of money and he is desperate for his life to be saved. Noubar is running out of options as every possible corridor to cure him is becoming scarce.

Noubar has a wife and 2 children one is 12 and one is 16 years of age. They are mainly the reason why he is fighting this unfortunate battle, to beat it, to be healthy again and to engage into his family life once again. He is a great family man with family values. He is supportive, down to earth and beautiful person.

Please donate and share this link amongst your friends and family. No donation is too small. Whatever you can contribute will be greatly appreciated by Noubar Yigidbashian and his loved ones. It will mean the world to them that people are thinking about them and are acting on saving his life and his family as well. Thank you.

Talin Orfali..

My Experience in Women’s Breast Health – In Younger Women

This year of 2013, I went through a terrifying ordeal a few months back, and it was about my breast health. In March of 2013 I did a self-breast test and I felt a lumpy feeling, I thought okay, women get this sort of thing when their menstrual cycle comes around, but mine came and went and the lump was still there, so in April, I had a full medical examination from my doctor and I asked him to send me to have an ultrasound done, and so I went there and then they said that I need a surgical biopsy done of my left breast, and so the results came back a few days later stating that I do have a Benign Phyllodes Tumor which is Fibroadenoma, which happens to women who are 15-35 years of age and if left untreated, it can get bigger and harder to remove, so mine was caught in time because I saved myself the hassle in the long run. I did a self-test after I showered. It was something that I was really frightened about. I could not believe that this was happening at my age and I just jumped and had to get this problem corrected and for my future. I said at 28? How can this be?

I have always read that women need to do self tests. So at the end of June, 2013, I had my day surgery to remove the Benign Phyllodes Tumor and apparently it was about 8cm’s in length, then I had my final Day surgery Last month in September, 2013 to remove just a little bit of the tissue around so that it will never come back again. I did not stay overnight in hospital. I was in and out in a few hours. They put me to sleep, checked my blood pressure and everything else before I left to go home from hospital. I asked the doctor if I am at a higher risk in future in developing breast cancer, she said no. She said benign Phyllodes tumor happens and if it is properly surgically removed, there will be no risk. I am so relieved. It was the scariest thing I had ever gone through in my life. I automatically thought that I had the malignant kind and I lost weeks of sleep due to being so worried about the lump I found, but I thought too much and the results came back in my favour and it was a huge blessing. I felt at ease and I can sleep better at nights knowing that this is all over and I had my surgeries and I can go on with my life. in about a couple of weeks I will be visiting my doctor to discuss about my surgery and what happened.

I never really told a lot of my family members or friends about my situation, but I decided to write about it and share with everyone because this is something that cannot be kept secret, because I can be saving someone elses life and I can be preventing a serious health issue to others and give them this advice to go get assessed from your medical professional. Taking preventative measures is crucial.

Spreading and raising awareness on breast health is imperative and It is so important to get checked out, no matter how old you are. It does not matter if you are young or old. Things happen at all ages. It can save your life. Early detection can save you big time. Monthly do a self test, look at your breasts in the mirror before or after you take your shower, if you feel like the shape, colour, and the feeling of your breast is not right, have it checked out right away, if you feel extra sensitive after your periods and warmth or prickling like an orange peal, or nipple discharge or unusual pain again have it checked out. It could be other health problems too that need to be addressed and dealt with accordingly not necessarily in relative to your breasts. It can develop in 1 or both of your breasts and either left or right.

Health is the most important thing above anything else. without it, we have nothing. Health is wealth.

Be aware always because I care about everyone and their best interest. I wish you all the best . My thoughts and prayers to women who are going through the tough one right now.