MercyfulGrace Diaries with Alexandra Burk e- ‘Diva’.

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Was just watching this your winning performance here. You are such are diva*. A born to be diva and it takes one to know one.

So, I will say to you, don’t be afraid to be this person here, because, this is the real you. This is the person the people fell in love with (the British public). Everything else, aside, this person, is a deviation from the real you. The thrills, the fame, the money, the friends, the fans, the world – they mean nothing – without this real you; here.

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I understand what you are going through – because once you have been in the presence of God (Greatness), nothing else compares. And sometimes :: God puts us through, hell; to recognise him, acknowledge and accept him.
We all need God. No one is, without God. The funny thing is that, we often forget that – he is the quintessential of our DNA and we always wonder why we can’t  always have it, our own way! But the real – honest truth is that. We live our 20’s and think we can have it all, till comes, a time, when something, has to give! :: Love* :: That’s what God Is Is* :: To those who know.
There is nothing above it. No mater how you play all the cards you are dealt. And; in the same breath – Forgiveness is Kind’. It’s the only thing that sets you free! ::
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 Footnotes : Wikipedia ::
{A diva (/ˈdvə/Italian: [ˈdiːva]) is a celebrated female singer; a woman of outstanding talent in the world of opera, and by extension in theatrecinema and popular music. The meaning of diva is closely related to that of prima donna.
The male form divo exists in Italian and is usually reserved for the most prominent leading tenors, like Enrico Caruso and Beniamino Gigli. The Italian term divismo describes the star-making system in the film industry. In contemporary Italian, diva and divo simply denote much-admired celebrities, especially film actresses and actors, and can be translated as “(film) star”. An extravagant admiration for divas is a common element of camp culture.[4]}

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