Appreciation For Talent And Hard Work
Every year, we notice the beautiful and talented celebrity stars walk on the red carpet for their once a year Golden Globe awards. We become mesmerized by their beauty, fancy clothing, glamour and even humor. Rather than being jealous and envious of their status, we need to come together and appreciate their talent and hard work.
There are so many people who hold the wrong mindset in regards to successful people. They see them as spoiled, arrogant and filthy rich, rather than seeing the person inside of them. Celebrities are people too! Their wealth, fame and status do not mean as much to them as the media would like you to believe.
Just because someone becomes rich and famous does not mean that they are not like you and me. Do not judge every celebrity by throwing them in the same basket as those who are arrogant, cocky or ugly on the inside. The right mindset is to not judge others until you actually meet them for yourself!
In the bible it states, “You hypocrite! First take the beam out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” Don’t be so foolish to find fault in others, when your own life is struggling to begin with. You’re much better off focusing on improving yourself, while appreciating the talent and hard work of those who are popular in our society.
Celebrities are great for our society because they demonstrate an example of talent, hard work and success. They motivate millions of people around the world to shoot for their dreams and become a successful artist, actor, producer, director, etc. Many celebrities also give back to humanity through charities and donations.
This is not to say that there aren’t rotten apples out there. But does that even have to be mentioned? Rotten fruits are everywhere, not just in the celebrity world. The way to elevate yourself in life is by paying attention and learning from the trees that bear good fruit!
Aim to bear good fruit yourself and God will reward your talent and hard work!
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