Holding hands, wedding bands, pieces of lands, the best of plans. There’s a reason why idealism and realism are different. A rich man can want to live like a poor man, but to a poor man, living poor is too expensive. The thing is, people listen. They have something people want, the people thinking if they blindly follow, they will have it too. Yes it can be anything, and it is dangerous. Those with fame convey the thirst of the youth, carrying things light and swollen, drowning things weighty and solid. “I’m afraid of losing my obscurity. Genuineness thrives in the dark. Like celery.”Said Aldous Huxley. We all live in the dark and what I think he meant was reaching for the singular light we can all see, diminishes our selves because it’s the same light. Bright and enticing, but blinding. Perhaps Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best; “fame is proof that people are gullible.” I see you.