The rise and fall of public figures is something society seems to crave. We watch in awe and become huge fans during their ascent and on their descent; we tend to distance ourselves from the celebrity, politician or athlete in question.
Although this is a forgiving country, I do understand that “forgiveness” usually applies to those who have fallen, seen the error of their ways, and work hard to rebound. After the fall, the ownership of the actions that led to the downfall, the humbling of a once arrogant personality, the sincere pledge to do better, the heartfelt apology expressed through the media, and the positive actions to back it all up; are the things that tend to allow society to “forgive” them and open the door to redemption.
But those who have been known to have a “selfish” attitude and an “it’s all about me” approach definitely have a much harder time rebounding from a fall.
We’ve all watched the rise and now the fall of my son’s father, Terrell Owens. But I believe with the new path Terrell is on he can and will rise again. I see him learning to abandon the arrogance, checking the ego at the door, and watching what comes out his mouth. This man wants to do right, work in a profession he has done so well in for years, and show the world he can be not only a great athlete, but also a parent and a man!
It won’t be easy and there are huge obstacles in the way but I am confident he will overcome them and rise again.
Samelia Miller’s bio:
SAMELIA is a professional makeup artist and a creative agency executive with a Los Angeles prominent hair, makeup and wardrobe agency. A rising star in the industry, SAMELIA has worked with many of the sports and entertainment industry’s most prestigious talent throughout the past decade.
Here’s a few photos Samelia with one of her celebrity clients Amber Rose.
2nd Photo Credit: HipHollywood.com
3rd Photo Credit: Carltonjordan.com
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