Above all, I am most passionate about waking up from ego's illusion and return to the true I AM. Anything else I do is just killing time, literally, i hope. I know you know what i mean, lol.
I'm most passionate about creativity with art, music, and writing.
Living life in the moment has become a passion and hopefully a good habit of mine.
The world of Internet and software,
In my life I love the sincerity and long and Peace
I'm most passionate about life and living.. and naturally spending it with people who matter most in our life. ^_^
I am passionate about helping people have things that I take for granted and perserving moral and ethics that I was taught and have used to guide me through my life so far.
I am most passionate about learning. We should continue learning, growing and changing our whole life to become the best we can be and have the greatest affect on the world around us. If we remain stagnant and lazy in our approach to life, we will look back in old age with regrets and a great sense of loss. "Seize the moment" is all about adventure and learning in all aspects of life--mental, physical, emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual. Embrace the challenges life gives you with a positive attitude of learning and you will stay much younger!
Honestly, at this point in life I'm very passionate about my writing career. It's something that I sort of fell into seven years ago, starting out as a blogger. Today I write articles and content for clients as well as write hubs and also write content for three of my own blogs.
Writing is my passion and is fast becoming a lifestyle choice...something that I can finally live with.
Psychology (studying, using, most types), books (finding and reading), calligraphy, clothes, and my pets.
What in particular do you like about psychology? I remember as a 12 year old walking to the library in Old Town and reading books on psychology. Do you like Jung or Freud or Assagioli?
I am partial to Carl Jung, I am no where near an expert but I find his views particularly relevant when it comes to self observation, dream work, self growth as a spiritual individual v.s. the collective.
Honestly, I'm not a true fan of all the above. Freud had great psychoanalytic possibilities which great work has come from. Jung is even better when it comes to self observation and working with your problems. Maslow is one of my favorites.
Maslow's 'Hierarchy of Needs' is often depicted as a pyramid and the founders of modern psychology all diagrammed the human psyche. In two of my hubs are the 'needs' and psyche both in the form of a golden spiral. Interested to know what you think...
My two greatest passions are living from the heart and life with Kati. Fortunately, they go hand-in-hand.
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