Wednesday, February 22, 2012

THE OTHER DAY(Monday)

I alluded to the idea that cess makes a mess for all of us—even for famous people.

Then I read about Marilyn Monroe whose mother suffered a breakdown after she was born, and her young daughter was raised in foster homes. There is no mention of an active father.

Is it any wonder that her candle blew out early from the wind and tsunami-like fury of her cess pool? I am convinced that each and every "successful" person who left young had a legacy of cess that trailed behind him or her as they sprang into public life. Their baggage ultimately took them down. Fame and fortune doesn't always make old pains go away. Sometimes, it just keeps them at bay for a while—until they reemerge— more toxic and toxified than ever.

Sad, really sad!


Bye For Now,

Bill

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