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February 1, 2002
The chief importance of fame is to carry on your recognition long after you die and with the presumption that not only your children but also those who admire you enough to prolong your notoriety will somehow emulate you to see how well you lived. Most often, the figure of fame will not, like most everyone, fulfill the perfect or near perfect life, learn from went wrong, and know what's right by not repeating the wrongs. There's a case in which they've perpetrated certain wrongs and that can be considered a result of a trait carried on into their adulthood.