Of Fame, Privacy and The Complexity of Human Relationships…

“…People have complex relationships, such as the Blacks and the Browns have in “Mrs. Black?,” and they work out their dilemmas in their homes every single day without people knowing about it.

Angelia Menchan, author of “Ramblings,” Schae’s Story,” Is No Not Clear Enough for You?, as well as publisher and author of Women’s Writes.

The desire for achieving 12 minutes of fame runs strongly in current American culture.

We do not always value privacy.

And yet those whose careers and professions demand they step upon the domestic and world stage often crave the time when every movement and sigh they made did not create a stir a Congressional stir. Read the rest of this entry…

~ by Anjuelle Floyd on April 6, 2010.

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