Thursday, 26 July 2012

And Warhol said," In the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes." You can't choose the 15 minutes but why would you be world famous?

In this world, we all know that many people want to be famous, and public figures like many musicians and stars such as Koffi Olomide, Yusundur, Papa Wemba, Werra Son, Felix Wazekwa and so more it because are influencing the new generation in several ways of lifestyle based their music’s and also part of their roles modelling? Not everyone has got that gift of becoming a musician. People can be recognized for many things in life. Being good in sport, business or politics can make one powerful and famous, as we see some of the play rugby, soccer. What is important is to be a positive influence, a role model and a humble person. One should not allow fame to take control of his or her life.
 It is important to note that not everyone will be famous in life. Of course it is possible to be famous for 15miniutes. Now we have so many social nets that can easily generate fame for people, especially for wrong reasons. Should we invest in that type of unsustainable fame?
The likes of Nelson Mandela, Laurent Kabila, Nkwame Nkrumah, George Washington, Princess Diane, Mahatma Gandhi, Kenneth Kaunda, Desmond Tutu, Oliver Tambo, Julius Nyerere, Mother Theressa and many others have demonstrated good characters, compassion and good vision for the humanity. Why not emulate their examples! 
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