Kelly - David's quote reminds me of a cultural/religious shift in the Jewish community. In general, the Chassidim - the folks who wear black clothes, furry hats (shtreimels),etc - are seen as rigid, overly litigious and somber. Yet their origins were full of life, creativity, song and vibrancy - ecstatic even. It was the members (combined with powerful historical events) that created much of the Chassidic world we see today (though there are still elements that are very joyous, etc).
Originally Posted by kelstarrising
I've said this before, I have never found David, the coaches, the webinars, nor my seminar to be overly dogmatic about these things. What some of the members do with this material is another matter.