Why Aiming for Fame is Depressing

ProHealthy Livin’ provides another perspective on life, living and happiness. I prefer to use the word “fulfillment” versus happiness, but the point of the post is still the same. Happiness is a state of being, not a goal. Very thought provoking!


3 thoughts on “Why Aiming for Fame is Depressing

  1. Personally, I don’t think it’s particularly depressing, but maybe it’s because I’m not seeking a conventional sort of fame. I came into blogging expecting nothing and have already gained a world of satisfaction just because one other person in the world enjoys reading it. I will eventually publish a cookbook, even if I’m the only one who has a copy. Why? Because I want something that’s mine. You can’t put a price on that.

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