If I ever get to go to a Synchronization Workshop, I'm NOT gonna sit in line, just to get a pic standing next to her.
That's some arbitrary fan bullshit.
To me it's as sad as autographs.
"She or he TOUCHED this!"
"She or he TOUCHED me!"
Yes, humans have arms and hands and fingers. It's amazing, I know.
So do you, by the way.
To me it's just saying, YOUR divinity is more valuable than MY divinity, so let me have something you touched, or touch you, so I'll have a tiny bit of divinity, 'cause mine isn't enough.
Someday, we'll just see artists and teachers as people who make art and teach.
We'll still love them, but we won't need autographs and pics with them, because we'll know our own worth is just as simultaneously special AND ordinary, in it's divine humanity, as any other person.
Someday, we'll just enjoy the content, the art, the product, and not do this hero worship crap.
Someday, we'll know our worth.
Yes, "edited", because I found a writer who says this even more eloquently, and I must share, so maybe you understand this thought, that much more:
Why do people want autographs anyway? | Complete Music Update https://completemusicupdate.com/article/why-do-people-want-autographs-anyway/