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“The Secret: Dare to Dream” has lingered in prime real estate at the top of my on demand system’s movies section for over two months now. Other movies have come and gone, but apparently this one remains popular. I know the book “The Secret” was popular about 10 years ago, but I thought its heyday was long over. I guess the people behind this movie can be grateful that this happens to be an era where the competition is staggeringly underwhelming. Or maybe they focused really hard on achieving relative success.
It should come as no surprise that I’m not a believer in the philosophy of “The Secret,” which – and I know I’m oversimplifying – is that positive thinking yields positive results. I suppose it can be effective in that c