jdreyer wrote on May 15, 2016, 19:02:
rudra wrote on May 15, 2016, 14:50:
jdreyer wrote on May 15, 2016, 14:37:
I love his positivity for life.
hes living the fucking dream, of course hes positive about life
its not inspiring, just logical
seeing those special olympics guys being all happy and shit - now thats something
I'm not so sure that it's as automatic as you suggest. I've read interviews with lower tier actors who have lamented not becoming the next Brad Pitt or Harrison Ford. Mark went from starring in one of the most beloved and iconic movies ever made to doing TV work and then voice acting. There are lots of ways Hamill could have viewed and reacted to this progression, but he chose to react positively and embrace it. He could have chosen alcohol or drugs, as many others have.
thats just an abnormal psyche... to further my point about logic - anyone with abnormal psyche issues will always be controlled, motivated, driven, etc. by those abnormal issues until they are resolved
doesnt matter how rich or poor you are
but in this case, lets say a psychologically healthy person has 3 kids, a dead end job at the power plant, etc. - they have reason to be unhappy
lets say a psychologically healthy person is a multi-million dollar actor, beloved by countless fans all over the world - they have a reason to be happy
you could say "wow - that mega rich actor doesnt have any psychological problems... thats so inspiring" but to me thats just completely fucking ridiculous.. like utterly twisted ridiculous
not unexpected at all, however