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What do people who've read James Redfield book/s do differently in their daily lives?

Asked by flo (7463 points ) March 28th, 2012

1)If you came across someone who read and was practicing the message in the book, how would you recognize them without them telling you? And by “do” I really mean “do”. I don’t include talking about the book.

2)If you didn’t read it what turned you off, i.e, if you ordinarily read this category of books?

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flo's avatar

… Mainly, I mean if you came across them in your lifetime, as in a co-worker an in-law, etc.

FutureMemory's avatar

If you came across someone who read and was practicing the message in the book, how would you recognize them without them telling you?

By the tinfoil on their heads?

SavoirFaire's avatar

They tend to be the same people who believe Nigerian princes are likely to wire them money in what is sure to be a perfectly legitimate transaction.

flo's avatar

Is there somewhere where he says the end of the world is in 2012? Edit to add: ...or where he distances himself from that message?

SavoirFaire's avatar

His website claims that 2012 is not the end, but a new beginning. Some sort of change. He isn’t forthcoming about what that change is, leaving him free to claim that whatever happens this year counts as what he was predicting.

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