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Power Of Passion


When you feel passionate about what you are doing, you radiate energy and enthusiasm. Others pick up on this, consciously or not, and are attracted to it. Passion is magnetic. Passion makes you set goals high. It gives confidence; it gives energy. Passion begets quality–if you’re passionate, you don’t want to stop halfway.
When you’re passionate, you seek out what you want. This is because you know what you want–in fact, in a way passion is knowing what you want. If you don’t know what you want, it’s impossible to be passionate, and if you do know what you want–and are completely open with yourself–the urge to seek it will be irresistable. Indecision and uncertainty kill passion.
Good things come much more readily to those who are passionate. Passionate people seek out what they want–but, in a way, they don’t even have to. If you’re passionate–if you know what you want–you radiate an energy that brings your desires to you. Passionate people excite others; they tend to make great first impressions. They make what they want clear, explicitly or not, and people take notice. Others are often more than happy to help out the passionate: they may pull strings; they may collaborate; they may simply give their enthusiastic support. But they will do something. Wanting something passionately produces circumstances that lead to getting it. A passionate person will get what she wants much more quickly and often than an unpassionate person.
A ‘whole’ life is one whose parts fit together. Such a life is devoid of contradictions; its elements do not compete. Wholeness makes a person complete: it gives a person an identity and self-certainty that cannot be obtained otherwise. Though a passionate person may not lead a whole life, passion makes wholeness possible.
To live a whole life, you must know what you want and seek it in all areas of your life. Wholeness allows the elements of life to work together, to aid one another. Wholeness brings a new level of meaning and purpose to life beyond what passion can bring by itself.
Written By: Mike Turitzin
March 19th, 2008 at 7:23 pm


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