Tuesday, February 06, 2007

"The Secret" Comes to Oprah February 8

ANNOUNCEMENT: From Agape Live!

In 1986, Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith founded the Agape International Spiritual Center, a trans-denominational spiritual community whose doors are open to all seekers in search of authentic spirituality, personal transformation and selfless service to humankind. In his own words, “My aspiration is that every individual who is touched by the vibration of Agape is inspired to cultivate a heart of love as wide as the world.”

Dr. Michael's Oprah Winfrey Show Airdate

On January 31, 2007, the taping of The Oprah Winfrey Show took place featuring Dr. Michael and Secret teachers, Jack Canfield, Lisa Nichols, James Arthur Ray and producer Rhonda Byrnes. [The Secret]

The show will air on Thursday, February 8, 2007.

Check your local listing for channel and times.

After watching the show, please email Oprah to let her know you want more of this type of programming.

Related: David K. Beckwith - Oprah to bring "The Secret" to TV


Frederick said...

Any inside word on the non scandal?

Jude Nagurney Camwell said...

Not just yet, but here's what Dan Conley suggests (I like it!)

The Edwards Blog Controversy

Putting on my speechwriter's cap, here's what I recommend John Edwards say about the ongoing Catholics vs. bloggers controversy:

Frankly, folks, y'all are crazy. On one side we have this radical organization that pretends to speak for American Catholics and, correct me if I'm wrong, the Church has its own hierarchy and Bill Donohue, the last time I checked, was not in the College of Cardinals. And he's telling me who I need to fire or else Catholics won't vote for me ... and reporters treat this as fact?

And on the other side, we have these bloggers who say that if I don't stand up for the blogging community and don't defend the words of these bloggers -- words written long before they had anything to do with my campaign -- that if I don't stand up for them, I'm not tough enough to be President.

Let me be clear: Mr. Donohue has the right to complain and make charges, but he has no right to tell me who can work for my campaign. If these campaign workers -- or any campaign workers -- use that kind of language in connection with my campaign, they'll be fired in a heartbeat. I won't stand for religious intolerance, but neither will I allow a self-appointed moral policeman to comb through the records of my supporters to smear them. Let he without sin cast the first stone.

Frederick said...

Looks like he's made the right choice.

Jude Nagurney Camwell said...

Yes, Fred. In my eyes, Senator Edwards did what was right and fair.