Movie: What the bleep do we know?

January 10, 2007 at 6:58 am Leave a comment

Yeh, it’s an older movie.  2004, I believe.  I watched it yesterday.  It was chosen based on some things I’ve read in other blogs.  It turns out that the premise of the movie tied into the theme (loosely) of a blog I’ve been reading:  The Happiness Project.

I ended up putting this in the comments on one of Gretchen’s posts yesterday, and then decided to just share it with everyone. 

About the movie…It is a deep thinking movie, but based on some of the posts I’ve read, I think you might appreciate it. It’s not really an entertaining movie – it’s a movie that makes you think and seems to tie into your Happiness Project quite well. My wife hated it – I liked it for what it made me think about.

Bottom line (my opinion):  Your happiness is based on the choices you make.  So, like Mom said, “make good choices!”  There – a nice cliche when to end a post.


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