What is your Passion? What is Passion? Passion is what gives you your fire; passion is what makes life worth living.
When you know what drives you you can truly touch your passion. Life may be an accident of nature to some, to others it may be a part of God’s design. However you see life you can’t fail to realise that you need to find and follow its purpose for you.
t’s vital that you find the core of this purpose, that you follow what makes life worthwhile for you. This core is in your heart and in your soul, it’s what you truly seek and desire in this world.
What does drive you in your life, what makes life worth living for you? If you have not examined this yet it is time you delved deeper into your life. You may or may not believe you are here for a purpose but you can still create one for yourself.
(Henri Frederic Amiel)
Passion is at the heart of everything I do.
From the professional theatre through lighting to writing I have always believed in the power of what I do. I have always seen the worth of my life in the power of what I helped to create for others. This creative drive has never left me.
I have also created passion out of the anger I used to feel. I converted the force of it from something negative to something positive. The passion I have created with this energy has been vital in renewing my life. I always remain grateful for it.
At the heart of all my passion, of all my creative force is the desire to help others through my own growth and development. The skills and talents i have have always been used to create a more interesting, more creative, more enjoyable, more passionate life for others. From improving their environment to inspiring their growth I believe that my life has always been an inspiration. That’s my passion.
- What is at the core of your life? What can you not do without?
- What do you feel passionate about, what drives you?
- Do you see where you could fire up your passion in the future?
- What do you need to do to achieve this?
Other Posts in the series 'Dealing With Chaos'
- 06. Do You Need, Desire Or Love
- 07. Show Me How To Control Others
- 08. Do You Find Intimacy Difficult
- 09. Suffering Is Resistance To Pain
- 10. Look for the Learning in Emotional Pain
- 11. Are You Seeking The Truth?
- 12. Can You Look Forwards And Backwards?
- 13. Do You Blame Or Take Responsibility?
- 14. Are You Aware Of Your Masculinity?
- 15. Enjoy the Dusk, Celebrate the Day
- 16. Dealing With Chaos - Acceptance
- 17. Do You Accept Your Personalities?
- 18. What Do You Like About Yourself?
- 19. What Don’t You Like About Yourself?
- 20. What Would You Like To Change?
- 21. What Are You Willing To Do To Change?
- 22. Describe The Ideal You, The New You
- 23. How Will You Achieve Change?
- 24. Is Your Life A Construction Site Or A Garden?
- 25. How To Live With Uncertainty
- 26. Can You Let Go Of Your Ego?
- 27. Can You Now Accept Who You Are?
- 28. Enjoying The Person You Are
- 29. Celebrate Who You Are - Be Outrageous!
- 30. Dealing With Chaos - Authenticity
- 31. Do You Live Your Life At Full Potential?
- 32. What Vision Do You Have?
- 33. Do You Walk Your Talk?
- 34. What Are Your Spheres Of Influence?
- 35. How Do You Use Your Sexuality?
- 36. How Are You And Your Family?
- 37. How Do You Use Your Power And Strength?
- 38. Can Others Rely On You?
- 39. What Are You Dishonest About?
- 40. What Will You Stake Your Life On?
- 42. Do You Know Your Truth? Do You Speak It?
- 43. What Will Life Look Like Now?
- 44. Dealing With Chaos - Participants Open Their Hearts
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