I’m always ashamed of what I am, Arisa’s monologue to Le Iene

Arisa’s intervention in Le Iene, with the monologue recited in the episode of 22 November: “Being good is not a religious precept or something for losers”.

The TV of monologues also reserves a place for Arisethe singer who was a guest of hyenas in the episode of November 22nd with a long message from him, as has now become the practice of Davide Parenti’s program. In her monologue, Arisa talks about herself, moved by her relationship with goodness and her opinion of herself: “Up until the end, I thought I couldn’t be here, because I’m always a little ashamed of who I am.” and what I do. I asked myself: who will care about me, what I tell or what I feel? But then, I thought that, deep down, I believe in my point of view, he’s already 40 years old and he’s son of the people I love most in the world, of the sky of Basilicata, of the earth stuck under the fingernails, of so many offenses never rendered and too many no… but also of unexpected rewards, of unnecessary smiles, of simple love, the most pure”.

Il Arise’s speech she continues like this, returning to her childhood dreams: “Ever since I was a child I have been attracted to those who try to make others feel good. I dreamed of being bright like Pope John Paul II and singing songs like Michael Jackson’s “Heal the world”, which incites each of us to make the world a best place for the whole human race. When they told me I wouldn’t make it, I didn’t answer anything, I locked myself in my room to think harder, to concoct my light, and in the end I managed to shine for real. And when I sing is always for peace and to spread love: I like people to feel accepted with my music.” The singer then closes her speech with an invitation to goodness:

“Being good is not a religious precept or something for losers, but a conscious choice. And awareness is the sexiest thing there is. When someone hurts me – the singer says excitedly – ​​even if a tear remains inside me , I refuse to believe that it’s done on purpose, by vocation. That’s why I push away, but I never hate, I always wonder why, even taking half the blame. All of us, for better or for worse, are the consequence of something or someone , it is understanding that makes the difference. No, I am certainly not a saint, but I know the substance of my heart, and I am sure that I have managed to become what I wanted to be as a child: a good person. Always try to act for the good, being proud of oneself, could be the key to happiness.There is no gene that suffers from depression other than the awareness of not doing everything in our power to live the best life we ​​can aspire to It’s a long job, but yes i does. If I did it, you can do it too. Be good and happy.”


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