Time Burns Mr. Fire
You might guess what they said.
Being mainstream media, they focused on the negative.
They quoted people who objected to the movie's focus on creating wealth, ignoring the fact that the movie also focuses on health, happiness, relationships, and more.
They also said that while the movie called me a metaphysician, my www.mrfire.com/ website says I put people into "hypno-buying trances," completely ignoring that my website doesn't ever say that and that my other websites include www.zerolimits.info/ and www.drjoevitale.com/ and even www.beyondmanifestation.com/ -- all clearly metaphysical sites.
Oh, and my main site does say I'm a metaphysician right on www.mrfire.com/
Time also said in the article that the guests in the movie The Secret consisted of "hustlers," ignoring the fact that most of the guests are respected authorities in their fields.
Time also said the movie was "hokey," completely ignoring the primary directive of good journalism: never judge.
You can read the Time article at www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1573136,00.html
Much good will come of this, of course.
Keep in mind that the article does promote the movie by giving the website for it www.thesecret.tv/ early on in the piece.
Many people will hear about the movie for the first time, thanks to Time.
We should send them a thank you card.
PS - Today's my birthday. I'm taking the day off and going to a party tonight that my friend Pat O'Bryan is throwing. I intend for it to be a great day. It already is. Thank you.
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