What are "Movies,"
Hundreds of thousands of busy, hardworking
. . . spending a great deal of hard-earned
. . . in order to sit in a big, dark
room with a crowd of strangers . . .
and watch projected illusions
representing people they've never met
pretending to behave
in orchestrated, contrived, unreal situations.
It's Hollywood. It's fame. And it's a
multi-billion dollar industry.
What's this really all about?
Talk about it:
Well, in our humble opinion, there is something deeper going
on in the whole business of movies, video games, and the entertainment
industry in general than is normally discussed in your average
"celebrity-watch" news show.
And we, your brave, hearty, and ever-so-huggable LiveReal
Agents . . .
want to get to the bottom of it.
So what is our answer so far?
Briefly - a sneak preview to our answer, really - is this:
all the glamour, fame, glitz and glitter, all the celebrity-worship,
fascination, hype and buzz that surrounds the entertainment
industry . . .
- is essentially so compelling, fascinating, and downright
entertaining because . . .
it is an imitation and reflection of something that is
even more fascinating, compelling, and downright entertaining.
In other words, our irresistable attraction to the entertainment
industry comes down to this:
movies and entertainments
are imitations and reflections
of real "spiritual work."
We will be digging much more into this idea
in future coming attractions,
so stay tuned . .
(and if you want a brief preview,