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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Identity and passion

All my life, I have wanted to become a writer. But I have realized that the world is full of dilettantes who keep wishing to become something without making any serious efforts. I hate a weak will. I hate it when people say-'Wish I could do that!' and then do nothing about it. If my friends confide in me their personal goals, I will often push them towards it and remind them of their commitment. I care about their dreams as much as I care about them.

One of my favorite teachers told me that my strong suit was my determination. When I look back, I feel that I made leaps of faith with a bullishness bordering on stupidity.

My mantra of life was: Always seek a higher datum plane of existence. Evolve your identity by giving yourself opportunities to pursue your passion.  And that requires discipline, dedication, and the willingness to make some uncomfortable decisions.

1 comment:

CRD said...

The problem is some of us are constantly exploring new fields, getting good at them, and then losing interest and moving onto new spheres. Along the path, there are several moments when they begin to think that they have found their true calling, but they eventually move on. It would be wrong to judge such people - they are born wanderers perhaps.


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