Monday, January 29, 2007

One More Note on "The Secret"

One of the dramatized stories in "The Secret" tells of a boy who desperately wants a particular bike. Not just a bike - a specific brand. He cuts photographs out of magazines, watches jealously as other kids ride by on the same bike he wants. With the power of positive thinking, and apparently some meditation (he's seen looking at the cut-out advertisement in a park-like setting), the universe realigns. One day the bike he's so greedily been pursuing appears magically at his front door, delivered by a grandfatherly-looking man.

Greedy little boys will be rewarded if they just keep a postive attitude?

2 comments:

Greg said...

I Agree, Rich! Yes!

greg said...

You know, Rich, it has been brought to my attention that the PAGE International screenplay competition deal is coming up, and they have the "Family Film" category and it was suggested that I enter "Scorsese" in it. It would be most excellent if I could get some words from someone who has deep experience in this field...