There I was at the gym, climbing the StairMaster (it’s what competitive stair climbers do for fun), and I noticed a commercial on one of the TV’s. I don’t know what the commercial was trying to sell. I only know that the people who looked so excited were Real People. Not Actors. That’s what it said on the screen.
I wonder if actors like being thought of as not real people.
Are real people supposed to be more honest than actors?
Don’t we all act just a little bit everyday? If that’s true, who’s the real person, and who’s the actor?
Real people choose to act in a certain way, everyday. They may choose to act unhappy, irritated, belligerent, impatient, frustrated. Or, they may choose to act happy, supportive, patient, welcoming.
We’re all actors…and real people. We choose how we act.
When we choose, it’s real for everyone, including ourselves.