Our current narcissistic culture-value of fame is a popular manifestation of our ego-oriented, insane world today. When we buy the false image that the media has created of our self we become alienated from our self and others; unhappiness often occurs as the famous become addicted to continuing to be famous.
Not feeling good enough can create an ego defense of needing to create a mask of being good enough. It is challenging for famous people to be in an authentic relationship with others since this type relationship is based upon our ego with its constant seeking of image-making.
There are many famous people who have avoided the above trap by remaining conscious and knowing they are not their ‘fame’ which can die tomorrow or continue a lifetime.
Phillip Elton Collins
Co-Founder, The Angel News Network
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