Adam Lambert Once Said…

Adam Mitchel Lambert was born on January 29, 1982. Adam is an American singer, songwriter and actor who became famous after being runner up on the 8th season of American Idol and then was recruited to go out on tour with Queen since 2011.

Being who you are is a lot easier than faking it.

It’s easier to keep track of the truth than it is lies. Better to be be real than it is to be fake. A lot of people in life I think that they think what other people would like them to be is who they should be. But I disagree I feel like you’re cheating others by being fake. You’re cheating them out of getting to know who you really are. We have more diversity and more possibilities. I’m not saying that sometimes a little white lie will kill you but I just think that lies will catch up to you in the end.

You should be proud of yourself, and you should own who you are never make apologies for it. – Adam Lambert

That is something that I think many people have a hard time with is feeling pride within themselves. I think some may have a sense of it if they’re a young athlete and their parent attended their games, brought them to practice and helped them along the way. Pride in one’s self is difficult to express, too much you just look arrogant and when you are lacking it you may come across as shy or aloof. I think it might have to do with the reasoning behind doing whatever it is that brought you fame. I think more-so that if you do it for money thinking that will bring you happiness you often find out that it doesn’t translate to happiness.

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