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God, I don’t want to be a celebrity (1 min 42 sec)

God, I don’t want to be a celebrity (1 min 42 sec)

    1. It's not all it's cracked up to be.

    2. Yeah, sure, I'd be famous, I'd be adored.

    3. People will hang me on their walls (slightly embarrassed).

    4. I'd have a fancy house, a big swimming pool, and glamorous sports cars sitting in my driveway.

    5. But along with my fame, yep there's stuff that comes along with it.

    6. God, it's a lot like mining for diamonds.

    There's waste rock alongside these "valuable gems" and the pursuit of fame brings forth negative aspects alongside the desired perks.
    The constant attention from the public and media is exhausting.
    Similar to how waste rock lacks the value of diamonds, fame attracts superficial attention. 
    People are only drawn to the external trappings associated with fame such as luxury cars, diamonds, and glamorous lifestyles.
    Fame leads to relationships and friendships based on superficial motives.
    People will seek proximity to fame for personal gain, while others become overly attached to the persona or image.
    The constant tabloid scrutiny is emotionally draining.
    The pressures and expectations that come with fame take a toll on mental and emotional well-being. 
    The weight of maintaining a public image leads to stress, anxiety, and mental health issues.
    God, I rejoice in the fact that I am not a body, I am free from chasing fame and I am still as you created me to be.

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