IMAGE: “The Secret” is screwy, and other recent observations.

I continue to find frequent, thought-provoking, inspiring thoughts at the new Image blog.

Ann Conway notes the problem with The Secret.

Other recent IMAGE commentaries include:

  • A look at the new film As We Forgive, “first-time filmmaker Laura Waters Hinson’s look at reconciliation in the wake of the Rwandan genocide”
  • Brian Volck reflects on Mary Louise Bringle’s ideas about despair: Is it a sickness, or a sin?
  • A.G. Harmon examines the recent directorial debut of Ben Affleck… Gone Baby Gone.
  • Lucas Kwong on why he wants a Batcave.
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  • Iranian Ajax

    The Secret was a joke. Please. Self-proclaimed visionaries, LSD dropping lunatics and people who think that life is like Alladin’s lamp….

    What a joke….