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Light up the stage

 I’ve always wondered the fascination we can have for people who shine on stage. When I was a little rat of the opera, I remember the lead dancer who was hit by grace and really shine through her performance. After the show, when she got back to her room, she was waited for with tons of flowers coming from admirers everywhere. I really do believe that people who are able to shine like that are much more lucky in love. Their ability to shine makes them unique, hence desirable. When we fall in love, we fall in love with one person we think unique, wonderful, heaven sent. So, when you’re a star, a politician, an economist, even a simple teacher, you have a better chance to make someone fall in love with you. The key is to be the star in your world. You don’t have necessarily to be Scarlett Johansson to have men crawling at your feet. You don’t have to be George Clooney either.

One of my coworkers told me he fell in love with his wife when he saw her the first time on the stage of an opera. She was the lead soprano, and he said that he knew she was the one straight away just by looking at her. In her case, it was easy to shine, to be a star. But how can we be a star in our own life?

I guess it depends on several factors. The first one is beauty. When you look like this, you have a better chance to have people crawling at your feet.

The second factor is personality. If you’re a person great to spend some time with, you will have a better chance to qualify as eligible. But you can be funny, yet repelling, if you only think about yourself.

The third one is your particular talent. One of my friends seduced her man with her writings. He was a fan of her for many years. And she has a lot of fans.

But don’t forget, we’re always special to someone. The key is to find that someone.

So,  what is your talent?