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Not all stars are seduced by fame. This was written of Garth Brooks: The money, the fame, the awards – they all seem so astonishing to Brooks that he’s convinced he is the beneficiary of “divine intervention.” Trying to explain this mystery, he has a one-sentence mantra he’s always repeating: “Everything happens for a reason.” The reason, of course, is God’s will. Brooks hasn’t lost sight of that in the glare of the light of stardom. Brooks practices his Christianity. “The Bible’s too cool,” he says. The night before a recent concert in New Orleans, he got up at three a.m. and drove eight hours to visit a girl with a serious illness. From Life Magazine, July, 1992

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