This is a political comedy about the undoing of a make-believe self-concept. Like "Harold and Maude," this movie is used by Holy Spirit to undo a heap of false concepts. Included in the undoing are political, economic, sexual, and race constructs of the self-concept. With humor we follow J. Bulworth as he seems to take the lid off of topics and judgments that were believed and yet unspoken. “You gotta be a Spirit, you cannot be no ghost,” is the reminder from the Holy Spirit that integrity sees beyond all judgments and concepts to the oneness of Spirit, far beyond the ghosts of past associations and concepts. Enjoy this movie of love and inclusiveness that transcends race, politics and socio-economic status. Thanks be to God!

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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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