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Talent carries you further than fame

August 4, 2023
By justfantasy BRONZE, Jaipur, Other
justfantasy BRONZE, Jaipur, Other
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"In a world where literally anyone can be famous, I hope to inspire people to be talented instead" says Maisie Williams 

Now, I am going to discuss about a topic which is rare but also very important, TALENT CARRIES YOU FURTHER THAN FAME. Does it? Well, In my point of view, it definitely does. But why? Let me explain you by telling a dialogue of one of my favourite characters "Fame isnt everything, is it Mr. Potter?" says Severus Snape to Harry Potter and I totally agree with him. You know what? Talent can carry you so much further than fifteen minutes of fame.People who are famous are famous because of their talent, if you wanna be famous you have to be talented. Being talented can give you happiness. For example,I like drawing and I am blessed with good drawing skills and whenever I make a beautiful drawing I feel happy just because of my talent. That's what I am trying to say, happiness is an need of our life, while fame isn't. If you are talented you can teach your talent to others, you can serve humanity and what can be better than that? Like I want to be an Author not to get fame but to motivate wait others and make others feel happy who like reading just like me. If people will get motivated and happy just because of me I will feel happy too and that's why I want to become an Author. Well, my dreams are not small and nobody's dream should be small and if your dreams don't scare you then they are too small. You'll achieve all of your dreams and goals if you are worth it and of course you are worth it.

Just as Maisie Williams says "So trust that you are good enough. If there's one thing that I've learnt is that there truly is a place for everyone."

The author's comments:

I wrote this after being inspired by the TED Talk of Maisie Williams.

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