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Jim Carrey's appearance on GATE 3.005 Feb 2013
By Tommy Pihl (JCO Editor-In-Chief)
Jim Carrey had a special appearance last weekend at the GATE 3.0 entertainment conference in Beverly Hills at the Saban Theatre. To hear Jim Carrey’s views of today’s heroes, Lance Armstrong, Ray Lewis and the Super Bowl, watch the video below.
GATE = Global Alliance Transformational Entertainment, and everyone was there to talk about how we can use entertainment to send out positive messages and inspire change. The leadership team includes Founder John Raatz, Honorary Founder Jim Carrey and Honorary Founder Eckhart Tolle. Jim Carrey has been host and presenter and the last two shows past years.
Jim Carrey welcomed and wowed the crowd with some deep thoughts about heroes. After telling everyone to avoid TV, and only watch documentaries on Apple TV, Jim shared, "There’s so much disappointment….I don’t want to name names (did bicycle riding impression)…Lance, I don’t want to get on anybody. But, is there a hero out there?”
He also talked about the hyper-inflated Super Bowl heroes, Jim said, "I want Ray Lewis to do well, I want him to get his Super Bowl Ring, but I don’t know who he is, he’s a monster. Who looks like that? So I don’t know what to do. Hopefully, there’ll be some pretty girls at the Super Bowl Party to talk too." He then compared our current success values to Fool's Gold, and encouraged everyone to "trust the universe" because "it will give you something good, if you do it right."
In the end, Jim Carrey asked everyone to, "Stay Open. Stay Hopeful," and that is what this crowd is best at doing. Look for the everyday heroes behind the scenes who are changing our story, and take time to thank them.
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