Met my wife for 1 week and we got married. It is our passion that brought us together and the moment we saw each other, we know our desire of passion to get married.
Yes! My passion is reflected in the things that I LOVE to do: cooking, travelling, writing, and photography. Sharing these things w/ others, esp. my family, makes them even more enjoyable!
I have come to realize I have no deep driving desire of my own.................
I think I have just recently, then I got fired. I found out in the past few jobs I am a passionate patient advocate. NOt obnoxious. Just passionale and will stop at nothing to get my patient something he/she really needs and everyone else has excuses why it hasn't happened yet. I stir the pot and administration doesn't lke that. It means more manpower, more overtime, more time spent wtih this patient without any increase in monetary reimburshment. I fight for the man with no voice and I become his voice, loud and clear. I hate politics and my patient will get a shower more than once a week, she will be able to go to the bathroom, he will eat once a day or take his meds if I have to go there every day myself to help him do it. and I have. Now I need a Master's degree so I can stop getting into trouble and be the one to help set trends. I fight to have each person treated with dignity and to have access to basic needs without discrimination. It breaks my heart when a person will actually thank me for being kind and not yelling at them, or for listening, taking extra time, caring. It breaks my heart because I know it is true that this is the one time someone treats them with dignity. Once a day, look at someone in the eye and say hello and how are you going and smile. See the results.
Yes, fighting. In the sport sense (With referee's and a ring and all that).
Yep! Living for Jesus! That has been my passion for years now. It's been my greatest motivator for almost everything I do or do not do. It has brought me more joy and maturity than anything has, and has been worth the efforts and losses.
The question is, what are my true passions?
- My wife
- My business
- My writing
- Making people laugh
Yeah i have the true passion of life. It was until i have this feeling of utter satisfaction in heart, then only i know what is the meaning of true passion. Its fulfilling and I am thankful to God for making my heart so content.
Not sure what is true passion as there are so many aspects to it, is it love, desire, the workplace . I think you meet bits and pieces of it as you go along in your daily work routines. Writing is one of my passions as you can imagine, but there are many others, and some of which lie dormant for the sake of decorum.
My true passion was lost at the right time for a wrong incident that I never expected.
My passion is to make those around me feel Loved and happy. For people to be able to say what a good christian Man who truly cared is how that I want to be remembered.
Writing. It's the one thing that I am good at that I don't have to try too hard at, like a talent, although it's my passion because I like to express myself. That and being a mother, nothing will ever come close that feeling, not even writing.
Not yet, as of now, its writing , reading, playing violin, and learning new things that makes me happy. But i wouldn't name them as true passions as i always go in search of something new and fresh. I get to know myself better as each day goes by. And i always surprise myself! So waiting for that day when i will stick on to one thing and not feel like doing anything else - That will be my true passion.
Not just yet. I have many interests, but none of them have adapted into true passions so far.
Aleister Crowly talks about the True Will. This is not the general desire, but the WILL, that which drives a person through life. It is so powerful that I believe it should always be capitalized. The Will.
He also talks about using the occult in order to find what the true Will is. I won't lie, I put it to use. I had three things I had narrowed it down to being, the occult being one of them. It helped me find what my true Will is, what my purpose and true love in life is, the one thing that if I should find myself unable to do it would surely kill me!
And my Will is writing.
Seems kind of like a cop-out answer on a site like this, but it's true. I put it to the test by practicing the occult practices, and I was going to write a book about my journey to find my Will, but I found that when push came to shove, I was loathed to do my occult practices because it meant that I didn't have a pen in my hand during that moment. And then I knew.
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