Favorite athletes will throw games.
Favorite athletes will fake injuries.
Favorite athletes are hypocrites.
Favorite athletes are obedient slaves.
Favorite athletes do lie for their masters.
Favorite athletes will sleep with others for the right price.
Favorite athletes are told they are gods.
Favorite athletes have little reverence for the one true God.
Favorite athletes love money and their love is what drives evil.
Favorite athletes don't care for you and oftentimes not for partners either. They are actors.
Favorite athletes signs and symbols they throw up are a secret language not for fans, but for those who own them.
I learned the hard way when I spoke to more than a few fans about their beloved entertainers. These individuals were clueless as to who or what they admired so much. They didn't want to hear or see anything that would disrupt their false images in their minds of their favorite athletes. They had excuses for disturbing tats on arms. They didn't want to believe any of the previous statements. They just wanted to be lulled back to sleep with sweet phrases like, "He is good...exceptional...one of a kind. A great athlete--the best."
Interesting how we are very careful where we go and what children are exposed to but when it comes to celebrities we are fools for love! We don't think much about those people who we welcome into our homes via television screens, radio, and more. But we should!
Question why some are paid so much money to do what appears to be no more than what your son or daughter does on the field or court in your local town. Consider why would so many athletes end up sickly as a result of years of service while being told to be quiet about anything that may cast a shadow on their former employers.
Take a look at sports teams a bit more closely and their seen and unseen connections. Do your own research and don't believe the hype or mainstream media. Question why do some often make it to championships while others do not. Ask why select stars on teams are often in front of the cameras while teammates are expected to sing praises of these golden children, but what about their own accomplishments and how they aided the team? The black sheep of the team are told to stand down even when these "stars" are not worthy of any one's respect out of view of camera lights.
Organizations do manufacture star players and they can also train them well to be good puppets that keep secrets. Research how the stars are made and what the reasoning was behind this business model. Athletes are more than what they appear to be--they have secrets and lots of them!
Far too many naive and television "programmed" men and women love performers/actors in their "programs." Celebrities who play with balls get more love than the God who created them and then one wonders why our jealous Maker exposes them too.
If you call yourself a believer, you would think twice about worshiping idols/icons and welcome insightful information that frees you from the pain you experience when your favorite team doesn't win or athlete retires or dies.