Yes, honorable intentions, but I would not want to be famous myself for such acts, but that He, our Lord, alone . . . be glorifed for such acts. I only say this as this is what He tells us to do, but we are not to boast about it for our own glory.
I dont want to be famous. This is because I understand through scripture that the desire to become famous is a kind of pride..and your fame, desires everything is vanity..my desire is to live a hidden life in christ..
Its not really a desire, I can do more work for the lord being famous, I know i can still do plenty not being famous, but for my goals not desires is to help those around the world which in turn would make you famous for doing so
Being a novelist, I would love to see my stories become famous, but I never want to be personally famous.
I would love to see my stories outlive me and continue to spread the gospel and my testimony for years to come, but I don't ever want to be in a position where I'm approached by fans while going about my daily life (or worse, subject my fiance or our future children to the same).
I would like to be known, but not famous. Well-known in a group, the romance writing world, in a business as a great psychologist, but not famous. I'd prefer to remain slightly hidden, possible to disappear if I feel like it.
Yes and no. Both have pros and cons. Being famous can be helpful if you have worthy causes and want to help as many people as possible. You can also use this in a positive way and influence more people positively. The downside can be losing the privacy you sometimes feel you deserve. ^_^
What authors in the 21st century will be known in history as being famous like that of Mark Twain?For reference like Edger Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Kipling are just a few that I could think of.
Does it make you happy to be famous?Being famous, you lose your privacy in life. Will a person be happy with all the hoohah going around you, and you can't go possibly any where without being recognized.
Are you ever able to stay off the Internet for even just one whole day?This question came to me after another hubber answered another question about being on-line each and every day and how hard it is to not get...