A friend of mine introduced me to this young; bright new writer, to interview. It was a breath of fresh air. Read the interview below.
In general, I’ve had an incredibly good upbringing, but my family was often only scraping by. When it concerns money, I don’t believe it should determine the joy experienced in life. But of course, there should be set standards of living for all people.
I think much of the world is becoming pulled under because so many believe that fame and fortune is a pinnacle that will solve their problems.
Taking care to look after ones heart and morals, is far more important in my opinion.
It’s so easy to get all kinds of demands and believe we’re entitled to a life of luxury. The truth is, that many of us, already do live a life of luxury. The ones that lack basic necessities, such as food, clean water and healthcare, etc.
These are the people who lack. For those in the middle, maybe if we looked more at the ones who are truly poor (economically), we’d feel slightly more blessed in our circumstances.
The rich and famous come and go, but that’s a life that few will know.
My celebrity crush(es) can be found in the original seasons of Gilmore Girls. I’ll let you guess who it is.
I don’t so easily get annoyed… but I’m pretty sick of instagram “comedy” and the like. Why or how is rape, harassment and trashy flaunting of wealth, seen as funny and pretty much celebrated?
“If you have one foot in the past and one foot in the future, you’re pissing on the present.” -As heard from Katya Zamolodchikova in UNHhhh
M.S. French you are a star. Don’t stop. Keep shinning ..’
Book is available on amazon and via his website – http://www.msfrenchbooks.com
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