Celebrities and other motivational icons who made it to the top, from real actors, athletes and authors who used to be just like you.
How to Safely Lose Weight
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Top 20 Most Inspiring Angelina Jolie Quotes
Angelina Jolie is a world-renowned actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian. She has been praised for her work on behalf of refugees and children worldwide. Jolie also speaks about her challenges, including her battles with depression and cancer. Her candor and willingness to share openly about her life have made Jolie one of the most inspirational celebrities today. Here are 20 of Jolie's most inspiring quotes:
Getting to know music artist AMF Kay
Whats your artist name and where are you from My artist name is AMF Kay and I am from the Southside of Chicago. My parents are Palestinian, but my dad was born in Belize. I have been in Chicago my entire life. It only makes sense to get involved in music in the biggest hip hop city in the world.
Lionel Messi Success Story | Motivating Journey
Lionel Messi is viewed as the G.O.A.T, the Greatest ever in Football. For that reason Lionel Messi Success Story is one such Story that his fans or even skeptics ought to peruse. Prepare to get persuaded with this blog entry.
The name in the credits
In high school, I knew I wanted to be a writer of some sort, and I knew that I had a passion for fiction, creating art, writing lyrics, and playing piano. A good movie would always make me stop and reflect on why it made me feel a certain way. Romantic plots gave me the hope of finding an undeniable connection with someone as well as kindness, happiness, and triumph in life. I was 17 years old looking for something to watch on the streaming platforms when I found a romantic drama titled Listen to Your Heart about a musician who writes music for a woman who cannot hear his songs. I casually watched the opening credits and then noticed the name Kent Moran appearing a handful of times- more than I was used to seeing- so I naturally had to research him.
Getting to know music artist Alexander Yearns
Alexander Yearns is a profesional musical artist and songwriter from Palisades Park, NJ Why do you love music? I love music because it takes me from the mundane and everyday pangs that come with life. It fills me with a wonder that I’ve not experienced from any other art form. You can’t hold it. You can’t touch it. Yet you can feel it so profoundly. It brings me closer to God which is where I want to be - as close to God as I can be - I just want to be closer and music does that. To share all of that with others by providing that experience feels like a gift and a responsibility. Personally and more selfishly, it allows me to reinvent myself however I’d like to. That’s always fun. My first exposure to music happened at seven years old when I brought home my Uncle’s Elvis Presley CD boxset. That music - his spirit electrified me. I began impersonating Elvis and would put on shows for my Mom and Dad. I would lip sync to songs and really get into it. I decided then that I wanted to practice music always. The impression it left on my young self still exists within me today. To think that the energy of an artist from the 1950s can permeate through time so powerfully as to have such an effect on a kid born in 1994 blows my mind. That’s the power of music.
Getting to know music artist Shayan Shafi
What’s your artist name? My name is Shayan Shafi, but I go by $hay. Before I publicly started posting my music, I used to go by Pai$a; however, my nickname was always Shay. I decided to integrate my past name, Pai$a, into Shay to come up with my current artist name- $hay.
The Next Big Thing in Avoid Limits Joke
Unbelievable! No, this isn't amusing. Bullying and aggressiveness are the terms for this. Then there was the unthinkable: "Take my wife's name out of your lips!" shouted Will Smith, Jada's husband, as he walked up to the platform and slapped Chris in the face before returning to his seat. The entire situation feels like a flashback to my adolescent years. Someone makes a joke about a person with an (undesirable) disease's physical appearance. And a man retaliates with a smack (was it really necessary?).
Pop Culture And Its Impact On Our Lives
Now that the Covid-19 pandemic is almost over, many of us are returning to our old normal, that is pre-2019. At least am convinced most countries are not in lockdown anymore which means the nuts that had been tightened on certain things are now being loosened and this includes live music festivals, world tours and award shows. During the past three years, many musical acts and bands have been putting out their music but as we all know, it has not been easy because of the unstable economy. Sales have not been so impressive and even for some die-hard music lovers like myself, I could not risk buying a ticket, first because my pockets could not allow me and second, all hopes of attending were getting minimal day by day as the pandemic progressed. It is therefore only artists with thick skin that risked releasing new music. In the early months of the pandemic, I personally drowned myself in five albums that is Lover, After Hours, Future Nostalgia, Folklore and Evermore. It was a wild ride trust me, playing songs on repeat to quiet my thoughts. In the other half of pandemic and recently I have been much into Lil Nas X’s Montero, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, Adele’s 30, Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour and Taylor Swift’s two iconic re-recorded albums Fearless and Red. As you might have noticed, I listen a lot to female music even if I identify as male and I see no problem with that, it’s perfectly normal. I think women are good at using emotion in a song to put across whatever they want and I believe that’s why many of us are drawn to tracks like Easy on me, Driver’s license, Cardigan, Blank Space, Willow, Hello and many more. Another thing you might not know is that I’m a black man listening mostly to what someone might deem “white music” because people believe if you’re black, you only have to listen to music by Beyonce, Rihanna, Alicia keys, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West or Lil Nas X which I do. I believe there is no correct pattern or formula of listening to music. Sometimes you find yourself listening to what’s popular at the moment and other times you’re tired of a certain genre and you want to mix things up, maybe listen to another one. But often times, there are those songs that make meaning to us or make us feel a certain way in regards to what we are going through in life. And this brings me to today’s topic of what pop culture is teaching us about music, celebrities and fame. Growing up in the 21st century might have been the coolest thing to happen to many of us who believe we’re the Generation Z. Being born in what we call the digital age has many benefits, talk of the internet, social media, streaming platforms, Amazon, eBay and now Bitcoin which can be all accessed with a click of button. But what happens when all this that is availed to us is misused or used excessively or ignorantly? I would say the answer is trouble. Let’s use an example of a timid fourteen-year-old teenager girl with low self-esteem and an out of place fashion style who logs into Facebook or rather Meta for the first time. What do they see? I guess heaven, because of the perfectly curated ads, who to follow(I mean celebrities whether actors, actresses or musicians) and what to subscribe to. And this is where her journey of self doubt starts because she is looking at this sort of Utopian world that is seen by many but only entered by a few. For long pop culture has set the standards of what is considered beautiful. I guess you do not need to be tall, have blonder hair, white skin, a straight chin, a dog or cat face to be called or rather feel beautiful. Beauty is not reserved for only a certain race. Black, Asian and Latino people can all be beautiful. They are many ways of being beautiful but it starts from inside. It starts by knowing yourself and being comfortable in your own skin. If it feels hard being yourself sometimes then imagine how harder it would being someone else. Sometimes you will wake up and you don’t want to put on mascara, lipstick or gloss and it’s okay even if Kylie Jenner has hers on. There is thing called fanbases and most of us love them. They are everywhere from Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, Reddit, Tumblr, Discord and even shockingly on Wattpad. We have the Swifties, Arianators, Selenators, Barbz, Lovatics, Beliebers and so many more. Personally, I am a Swiftie and I love that I can be a part of a larger community that is passionate about Taylor Swift’s music especially new releases. In each of these fanbases, there is that vast energy that encompasses everyone and creates unity and passion which many times has driven albums to number 1 on Billboard, iTunes or Spotify which is good because it means maybe the album has been bought or streamed multiple times and therefore more money for that artist. But let’s flip the coin and talk about what other things that happen in these communities. Sometimes the good energy becomes toxic energy and instead supporting their favorite artist, the fans start attacking other fanbases and causing chaos especially on Twitter. Sometimes these wrangles are about who has sold more units or had the best selling album or who has a better voice, name it. In the end, the whole goal of the fanbases loses meaning and instead music is used like a weapon. It is like pop culture has taught us that extreme competitiveness is now the other new normal besides the Covid-19 pandemic. It is absolutely okay to support your favorite musician but remember you also have a life of your own. You do not have to buy everything the artist puts out to prove that you love what they do. Let’s us enjoy the music responsibly. And lastly, let’s talk about fame. Most people I know who use social media at least have dreamed of getting famous even if it’s just because of their online presence. In 2022, fame is like a new currency or even a gate pass to heaven and many teenagers and youth are willing to do anything to achieve it and that’s why we see celebrities like gods and goddesses. We believe these are perfect beings but we forget they are still human, made of fresh and bone. That’s why some of us spend countless hours gossiping about the houses they live in, the cars they drive and vacations they go. In the end we deny ourselves the opportunity to be present and live purposely. It's time we realize the impact pop culture is having on our lives before we become its slaves.
The Richest person in the World
Tycoons assume an outsized part in forming the worldwide economy, legislative issues, and generosity. Forbes places the quantity of extremely rich people on the planet at 2,755. The richest among them have a place with a significantly more selective club and use even more influence. A significant number of these tycoons are originators of innovation goliaths, with quite a bit of their abundance actually put resources into the organizations they began.
Kindness Will Change Your Life- My Personal Experience
The world has a lot of problems, but kindness is easy to fix. We are all capable of being kind. However, it can be difficult for us as humans. We live in a world that is full of misery.
Getting to know music artist yaboybibz
Tell us about you: My name is Rigoberto Angulo I go by the stage name of yaboybibz I’m a musical artist from Chula Vista, San Diego California