Former Disney star, Miley Cyrus is getting a lot of attention these days, but not all attention is good. Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman, the author of "Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can Learn Their Secrets," counts herself as one who thinks Cyrus is playing with fire…“She is on a slippery slope and no one seems to be paying attention except the media. Not her parents, nor her managers, nor anyone else. In fact, these dalliances with drugs seem to be Miley's sad way of getting attention.”
Can someone be a star and feel insignificant? Yes, anyone can feel lonely, shy or withdrawn. The stage persona many put on while in public does not mean that they have found something worth living for. Miley Cyrus appears to be crying out for help, but her cries seem to be falling on deaf ears. If she cannot find a sense of purpose, it is likely that she will continue to self-destruct.
Many people can feel insignificant and cry out for attention. In a day when so many people find fame and fortune, others are left disenfranchised, and looking for acceptance. Feelings of insignificance can destroy us too. Unless we live in the spotlight, few will notice, but the battle for significance has caused many people to do foolish things in order to find acceptance.
How can you live life with purpose? How can you find significance? It begins by acknowledging that you not an accident that happened. Your life was designed by God. He created you to be valued and fulfilled. If you do not feel those things today, it is possible that you need a relationship with Jesus Christ. He can give you a life with meaning.
It all begins with a prayer: “Dear Jesus, I am sorry for the things I have done wrong. I know I was created for a purpose, but I feel so insignificant today. I want love and friendship, but I just keep making mistakes. Please accept me as Your own and I will make you Lord and Savior of my life. In Jesus’ name.,Amen!”
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