Passion isn’t just being creative; it involves doing what you love. I’m a witness because I’m one of those who love what they do. I’ve been writing ever since I was nine, but it didn’t occur to me what I was doing until I grew up to understand why I would choose it over most things. Now, I can tell why I saw writing in everything I looked at as a child and felt this surge of unending happiness each time I read my write-ups.
Do you know what you want most or what you like doing best without regret? That thing that keeps you awake – at times, through out the night– without you being bored or wanting to go to bed? That continuity without complaint? It’s called passion.
Passion is the act of being fully involved in a talent.
WHAT DO YOU CHOOSE?
Some people have lots of talents, but the one they fancy and practice most, is their passion. You don’t need to be paid in order to pursue it, you pursue it because you love it, and it gives you that innermost happiness. Passion doesn’t let one rest until he/she gets an accomplishment. It hungers for more accomplishment, even when you’ve accomplished a lot. That means, being passionate is being hungry – literally; the hunger to chase and catch a target, the hunger to search and find, the hunger to start and finish, the hunger to strive till you win.
Have you ever wondered what you are, and what you would be? There can’t be answers to these questions if you don’t know what you are good at. Sometimes, the problem is not just the problem, sometimes the problem is you; because you restrict yourself.
In summary, the only one to make all of these ideas possible, the one to bring out that innermost greatness hidden inside, the one to make imagination become reality, is you.
You are the secret behind passion.