Celebrity status generally is not a very healthy lifestyle but it is lucrative
and superficially rewarding.
There is a lot in the gospel that would help those that experience it. Perhaps most importantly, that it (celebrity status/popularity) is not what we should seek. It's getting even harder to teach our children that as they can easily see the financial value of 'subs' and 'views' and it seems so achievable.
The scientific evidence that using RoundUp causes harm seems nonexistent yet the manufacturer is paying out billions. How many child actors have been left with messed up lives following celebrity status? Given the evidence I can’t imagine any parent hoping that their non-adult child becomes a ‘star’.
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