I read that Lindsay Lohan was caught sniffing cocaine and drinking Vodka again after her self-imposed rehab. Before I flipped the page, I said "What a pity, I feel for her." Then I stopped myself. I then decided to say a powerful prayer for her - that someone who had physical access to her would love her - and would be a good friend to her.
Fame does many insane things to people surrounding the famous person. That's simply too bad that people don't know how hard it is not to be recognized as a real person- but as a role you simply played on a large plank of wood or on a long reel of photosensitive paper - and in today's case, terabytes of video footage.
I pray that that someone would simply start showing her what a real normal friendship should be. I'm thinking of quiet walks, no showbiz talks, occasional fights, lots of laughter and thoughful but simple gifts.
No more of this "You're an actress, so you're rich so you should treat us or give us access to other "stars". When they introduce her to other people who they know, they don't state the obvious and say "This is Lindsay Lohan, you know?" Just introduce her by her nickname - whatever it is. And act normal so people will also act normal when she's around.
And I pray that these friends would really talk to her seriously and do things like real friends to preserve the friendship. Things like saying "How are you doing?" and then really listening to her talk - maybe for two hours or days. Just so she can get all that pressure out of her. I pray for friends who would lead her to pursue different but peaceful pursuits, like meditation or yoga or aerobic dancing for instance. I pray for friends who don't worship adrenaline --but have clean fun anyway.
I know prayers are powerful. Written prayers maybe more-because many people can pray along with it - and it can be repeated in another day.
I pray these blessings of imperviousness to media attacks on her life and family. At least for now, while she is recovering - that she would finally understand how to deal with the rapid press that just wants a "STORY" out of each breath and step she takes. Maybe no one has really done it in Stardom--but perhaps it's time little Lindsay becomes the first.