There must be some meaning, otherwise you’d starve emotionally.

I don’t want to seem ungrateful or cynical about fame, because I’m very grateful – it’s taught me so much and I really do love it,” she says. “Obviously I’ve fulfilled all my dreams and more, but as you grow your mind grows and you think, OK, what’s next, what do I want to achieve? I realised the other day that maybe the point of my fame is bringing goodness. Some of us visit sick children and put a smile on their face. Now doesn’t that give your life worth? It gives it some meaning and there must be some meaning, otherwise you’d starve emotionally.

Geri halliwell

Interviewer Tim Hulse comments: So in a sense, the quest still goes on. It’s become a quest for meaning. Maybe that’s what it was all along.

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