Even Jesus wrote, “Whoever exalts himself shall be humbled, and he who humbles himself shall be exalted.” Matthew 23:12, and Luke 14:11. No truer words have even been spoken. Jesus wrote, “Be Still and know that I am God”. So be still even as the waves of this uncertain life rush over you. Don’t run around aimlessly in your life. Only in quiet stillness, you can perceive God. Know that your temporary bodily form is grounded in ego and becomes a source of suffering. Know that seeking after glory, fame, money, and power will result it emotional dissatisfaction or boredom.
Just today, a famous musical singer named Katy Perry remarked that she was tired and sick of being famous, even as she was making a movie in 3-D about her success due out this summer! The irony of it is amusing. Everybody around you will also groan at her story. Some of the “sick and tired groans” by her fans were heard in the comments section of the interview (Here are some of them)/:
“I always find it funny when celebrities do public interviews and magazine covers to announce they are tired of being famous. Oh, the irony.”
A man named “Bill” wrote:
“I’m tired of being famous, so I made a movie about… Drumroll… ME!
ME, ME, ME, ME, ME! Don’t you love it?
And I made this movie about ME in 3D so I could pop right in your face! But don’t look at me and my rediculous hair because, afterall, I’m tired of being famous!”
A fan named Michele sardonically wrote: “I so totally understand how she feels. I’m tired of Katy Perry being famous, too.”
Another fan with the moniker “Gimme a Break” wrote, “So many stars complain about being tired of being famous yet those are the ones that will never go away voluntarily.” (and when people really DO stop paying attention to them, they go nuts and seek attention again).
A fan named Robert wrote, “If you’re so tired then start signing your checks over to charity and fade into obscurity.”
A fan named “Em” wrote sarcastically, “If you’re tired of being famous then, by all means, put an interview and photo shoot in TeenVogue.”
Another fan: “Katy, if it makes you feel any better I have never heard any of your songs and would not recognize you if you passed by me. You can always retire and do something less noticable like cleaning Walmart toilets. No one will even look at you then.”
A man named Robert B wrote a funny comment, “I am tired being famous so I will make a movie about me being famous….” (Regarding her own self documentary about herself she was about to release to theaters across the U.S.)
Another response: “She’s not half as sick of us as we are of her.”
She says she wants to avoid attention even as she prances around doing interview after interview and coloring her hair blue and wearing revealing outfits and doing things like wearing a bra with lollipops on them!
She will be another singer in the future named Madonna who in her sixties, still dresses as a cheerleader in her performances and screams for attention. (She also made a movie about herself being so famous and great)
The celebrities are all so pathetic and their actions are so comical. They lust for attention, and then when they get all their attention, they act all annoyed and bitter. Then when the media concurs or if their next hit song or movie or performance is poorly received, they do everything they can for a “comeback”…seeking attention.