Fame is different. A candidate declared Miss World or Miss Universe becomes instantaneously famous irrespective of her subsequent contribution to the welfare of the society.
However, in general, there is no connection between 'good face' and 'fame'.
Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Few of the authors have clarified their stance that they will continue to prefer the good fame above good face but in this context, I would like to clarify here that they still invest their money into some beauty products. This remains the case with each one of us although we keep on deny this.
I am counting on one or two & not more.
Not asking for the face value as we all aware about the famous personalities in the Bolywood.
One is Vinoba Bhave and other is Satya Sai Baba.
Knowledge is power.
I remember our family doctor, a thorough gentleman who would not be looked at by many new people. But in his clinic, you will see people waiting for hours together and thank him with folded hands. Anything wrong with anyone in the neighbourhood, the first visit would be to him and then go to other hospitals if needed. He used to be regularly called during the Ganesha festival and honoured with a gift. Similarly, there would be many people who would not attract a second glance from the public but would be respected by people who know them not for there good looks (or absence of it) but for their service and helping nature which has brought them the fame.
On the same subject, people in South would remember the Tamil actor Mr.M.N Nambiar, who was the best villain on screen,n but in real life was well known for his religious beliefs and visits to Shabarimala.
"Earning knowledge is by sharing it with ISC and we will rectify our mistakes."
Honesty is the best policy.