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Meagan Good Calls on People to Look Past Fame for God's Purpose in 'Fearless' Talk

Meagan Good Calls on People to Look Past Fame for God's Purpose in 'Fearless' Talk

Actress Meagan Good poses at The Hollywood Reporter's Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast in Los Angeles, California December 9, 2015. | (Photo: Reuters/Danny Moloshok)

Meagan Good wants people to focus on more than just the possibility of being famous and remember that they have a divine destiny to follow.

As an upcoming special guest on the Fearless Discussions talk show, the 34-year-old actress will be joining host Arian Simone to discuss fame for a special program event called "Is It All for the Fame?"

In an Instagram post about the event, Good describes it as a "fearless discussion on the extremes that people will go through to see their name in lights. We have to get to a place in today's fame seeking society where we are pursuing purpose over popularity!"

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"Sometimes we have to ask ourselves what do you want to put into the world ???... I'm super excited to be the 'Special Guest' for @ArianSimone's @FearlessDiscussions," wrote Good. "These discussions are literally becoming legendary!"

The free event will take place at The House of Macau in Los Angeles, California, which Good says will be a chance to discuss divine identity without judgement.

"Let's have a Fearless Discussion about the extremes that people go through to see their name in lights. .... We have to get to a place in today's society, that often seeks fame over divine identity, where we harness our individual and 'unique' purpose …," she wrote. "To pursue the kind of life-changing #Purpose over popularity! #FearlessDiscussions #WorldChangers #KingdomKids."

During an interview with previously Upscale magazine explained the difference between seeking fame and wanting to be an actress: "People say, 'well if you didn't want all of that then you shouldn't do this for a living' but there's a difference between someone who wants to be an actress because they want to be famous and someone who wants to do good work and they could take or leave the fame."

"Because it's not about the fame or money, it's genuinely about the art," Good told Upscale. "That's the category that I fall in. With the fame, to be honest, I could really leave it."

For more information about Fearless Discussions, visit the website here.

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