There is a huge paradox in our life across the history: Almost each and every one of us has a drive to become stars some times in life. However, when we come back to look at all those stars, most of them just shine for a very short periods, and a lot of stars ended up with a very bad consequences, involved in scandals, being killed by others, addicted to drugs, suffered from severe mental or physical problems, the list is endless. Just like a moth flying toward the fire - even though it knows it means death, but as long as a fire appears, the moth always like to fly toward it. How sad it is! We as human being are not smarter than such a little moth.
The falling of stars has long been recognized, but the society has done little to change this phenomenon. It is not easy to have a star and it is really a big loss for the society if a shining star died pre-maturely. When a person gets famous, he or she becomes a target of attach. When a person suddenly gets rich, he or she has to isolate him or herself from others and the society, worrying about being rubbed or attacked. When a person possesses large asset, he or she has to hire bodyguard for protection. When a young man or woman gets rich, he or she will hesitate about love, sex and marriage, worrying if people just love the money than him or herself. What a pity!
As a civilized society, we must create a culture that supporting normal life of a star; while as a star, the best way to survival could be to adapt a common people's life. The fact is that although you're a star now, you're still a common person. If the society does not create the opportunity (e.g., various competitions, lottery, gambling), you will be exactly the same as others.