Thursday, October 07, 2004

You know it's funny.

I'm just about to begin the hectic schedule of speaking, book signing, and doing radio spots all in connection with my new book. It just so happens that the book was released just as the "Bleep" movie started making the great rounds it currently is enjoying. I am certainly grateful but I find it funny that all this is happening now when frankly I could just as well take life easier.
But life has a sense of humor. I remember when I got started in this game of writing books and doing speaking gigs. Then it was hard to get the kind of publicity I now enjoy and I would have given nearly anything to get it. Now, I just take it as it comes and goes. Always with a smile.

4 Comments:

Blogger Maff's blog said...

"But life has a sense of humour..." It definitely does! Sometimes I can't believe how things that look to be as "coincidence" just get a meaning later on...
I just saw the movie "What the bleep do you know?" a couple of hours ago and I really enjoyed a lot! I'll recommend it to all of my circle and to the people who read your column. The movie deals with sooo many things that I'm eager to learn in these days of "spiritual awakening", but I think I was missing the scientific part of it. That's basically the reason that I'm here in your blog, the movie moved me to your website and know to your blog. And know I see that you are as of the 3 of December as me! that’s funny too.

I wish you the best for your new book "The Yoga of Time Travel", I'll definitely consider to read, as well as your other publications.

Keep up that humour and great work you’re doing!

Alfredo.

October 9, 2004 at 8:49 PM  
Blogger RyanAndFriends said...

That Bleep Movie......Just Saw it yesterday and it was amazing. It's going to take me a few days to re-adjust to life. Hey Fred: My Dad met you once (-:

October 10, 2004 at 8:03 AM  
Blogger Josh said...

Greetings Wolfey (I hope you don't mind me calling you that). I've heard stories of you for years, but I didn't know who you really were until the other day when I saw “What the Bleep do we Know”. My jaw dropped when my friend told me that you were one of the professors he had been telling me about from UCLA. I sent an email to the general address for the movie, but this blog is probably a little more direct communication. I’ve been learning about some of the material you have written, and I am planning on reading as much as I can find. I hope one of these days I have a chance to meet you in person. I’ve been trying to plan a trip to California, always wanted to see the Ocean. If you have some free time by then, I hope I can convince you to spend another weekend at the boat. I always enjoy your episodes of Coast to Coast, and I would be honored to meet you.

On another note, regarding the movie, I have been emailing the local cinemas in my area (including Wehrenberg) to start showing the Bleep movie. I haven’t heard anything back yet, but if I bug them enough I think they will eventually come around. I think that everyone can benefit from the film. You defiantly have a fan here, and I will continue to follow your work from now on.

November 16, 2004 at 2:07 AM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Something that I saw has never been explained to me in scientific terms and I would be very interested in your opinion. I saw a "ghost" a "lighted form" drifting across a darkened room. I could not say if it were female or male but it was well formed and "lighted". What did I see in your opinion?

SS
San Diego

February 18, 2006 at 2:47 AM  

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