Hart said, “To find God is to find love.” Kissing Presley on film has its claim to fame, but what Hart did for her beliefs strikes me as her greatest accomplishment"
Jeff Minick wrote about truth meaning of success:
Born in 1938, Dolores Hart became a big-name actress by the late 1950s. In five years, she appeared in 10 films, including the hit movie “Where the Boys Are,” worked with leading men like Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift, and was the first actress to kiss Elvis Presley on screen. She was engaged to be married, and her career in Hollywood seemed assured.
But in 1962, to the shock of Hollywood and the nation, Hart gave up her film career and her pending marriage; discarded her jewelry, fine clothing, and other worldly possessions; and entered the Abbey of Regina Laudis, a Benedictine monastery in Connecticut. There, Hart, now Mother Dolores Hart, has served the abbey and her God for more than 50 years.
How, we might ask, does such a woman, a rising Hollywood star turned nun, measure success and accomplishment? In a recent interview with Fox News, she said, “To find God is to find love.”
Kissing Presley on film has its claim to fame, but what Hart did for her beliefs strikes me as her greatest accomplishment.
Like Hart, how we measure our successes—and for that matter, our failures—is how we measure ourselves. https://www.theepochtimes.com/success-what-it-means-and-why-it-matters_4187176.html?slsuccess=1][