The Terrible Truth…

In very typical fashion—again and I will say Again!—another sleeze bucket type of person decided to take something so wonderfully good, and turn it into complete, unadulterated rubbish. This time however, hopefully those responsible will retract what harm they’ve caused, deluxe with an proper apology.

Of course I’m referring to Will Smith. What this articulate, perfectionist, great human being has experienced is the exact reason why mega-superstars who have basically self-actualized in their professional lives, just want quiet, alone time. And I don’t blame him a bit!

Promoting his latest record-breaking film, I Am Legend, Mr. Smith decided to give an interview to what appears to be a nobel reporter in Scotland no less, for the Daily Record headquartered in the United Kingdom. Check it. . .

The title of the article was: “Will Smith: My work ethic will make me a legend”. And just as the title suggests the article describes Mr. Smith’s physical, mental, spiritual, and professional work ethic. Allow me please…America could only be fortunate to have about a million more Mr. Smith’s.

Remarkably, Will believes everyone is basically good. Just as his films imbue, Will Smith’s attitude is this:

“I wake up every day full of hope, positive that every day is going to be better than yesterday. And I’m looking to infect people with my positivity. I think I can start an epidemic.”

How on earth could this be understood any other way? How could this be misconstrued? How could this be so ugly? Before everyone gets their drawer’s in a knot, Mr. Smith never stated that Hitler was good.  Read for yourself:

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