Posts Tagged ‘modern proverbs about fame’

Getting famous is easy; making peace with it — that’s crazy. 

Fame is height, for the short. 

Fame thinks it’s invincible — even after it isn’t. 

Uninvited shame’s the bane of fame. 

Fame — wolf’s bane. 

Fame creates its own version of reality; reality eventually corrects that. 

Our famous self is not often our true self. 

Fame is like surgery: They take your arm, place you on a flat surface, remove a piece of you; a long recovery is required. 

Famous — it seems to be relationally heinous. 

Known to the bone, fame’s only way home.

Anonymity installs humility.

Do what will make you famous with the desire to remain obscure.

It is good to aspire to renown — better not to be found.

Anonymity offers us the option of cultivating only one soul.

Lovelies hide; God only knows what they will do with you.

Anonymity — the gift of divinity.

Shopping alone is among the great privileges.

Celebrity a vamp; anonymity a rant.

Anonymity fuels creativity.

Anonymity — it’s the soul virginity.

Fame is unnerving; obscurity is completely so.

Those we love we make famous to ourselves.

Fame is exhausting; obscurity is completely so.

Better to be unknown for being good than famous for being worthless.

I make it my rule to never be more famous to others than I am to myself.

The famous wait for encores; the rest of us are just hoping for cheap seats.

To peak too early is to fall too long.

Obscurity is better than infamy — less prison time.

Everyone is the most famous version of themselves.

To sustain the game is the bane of fame.

I find that when I am very zealous, others are very jealous.

We are each the most famous person we know.

Guard your heart by giving small regard to insults, and to compliments.