LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/13 -- Robert H. "Bob" Lorsch, CEO of MMRGlobal, Inc. (OTCQB: MMRF), blogs about the Company and humanitarian and philanthropic efforts to Free Dr. Shakil Afridi. This blog and others can also be viewed at http://blog.mmrglobal.com.
Go Behind The Curtain & Ask The Wizard...
He will tell you, "it is real, it always will be, and it exists in and beyond every corner of every alternate universe"... so says Richard Bach.
I have spent the last four years blogging about the magic inside that keeps me motivated. Many have criticized me for being a frustrated version of Richard Bach; however, nothing could be further from the truth. I write my blogs the way I do because it works for me. Some readers might say that I should focus my writing more about the business of MMR, but what fun would that be, after all, if you can't make money and have fun is it really worth it. The fact is that when I put myself out there personally I still get lots of the comments about MMR, but I also get comments about how I make a difference in other people's lives, and that makes me feel good.
One example is Dr. Shakil Afridi (www.freeafridi.com), who is sitting in a dungeon in Pakistan after sacrificing his family so that he could help America pinpoint the location of Osama bin Laden. Kira and I have received a landslide of worldwide press from our efforts creating a campaign to free Dr. Afridi in order to call attention to this important humanitarian crisis. As a result of our efforts and the efforts of the employees at MMR, we received worldwide coverage last week, from London's "Daily Mail" and Page 6 of the "New York Post" to Breitbart. Being who I am allows me to run MMRGlobal, a publicly traded company under MMRF, while keeping MMR in the spotlight and giving back by calling attention to humanitarian and philanthropic issues in the world like the plight of Dr. Shakil Afridi.
Now I am going to talk about MMR and how my Bach-like belief system is turning the dream of an emerging growth opportunity into the reality of a business which could hold more than one billion dollars worth of intellectual property rights for its shareholders. MMR is a company that was founded to facilitate better care by reducing medical costs and helping save lives. MMR is a journey I embarked on as a result of my own life experiences and my fight to survive a deadly form of cancer 13 years ago which I did.
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