Have You Reached to Your Passion in Life?
It’s a continuous private fight that constantly goes on in my own head that if you do not have something for which you’re utterly obsessed with then you’re missing out on matters that are profoundly enthusiastic and wild in your life. There are of course those who’ll disagree with me and consider themselves sensible and reasonable and are ready to batter me from all sides. Let’s give this simple question a careful thought. Ask yourself is your life worth living if you’re only unnecessarily passing your life without the value or significance and don’t have any reason to get out of bed each morning or no rationale to sleep late at night and nothing that excites you. I’m entirely obsessed and occupied with several things. I’m not sure about everyone else but I don’t like to conceal my love for something. I believe everyone of us is born with some type of fires but it is completely up to us to find it.
I discovered my passion for cooking fairly some time back and ever since, I have been spending a lot of time in pursuit of perfecting my culinary abilities. I began to pick up more knowledge by just seeing the various cooking shows on TV but it was when I genuinely set my feet on it that I started improving my abilities. It’s by making mistakes, having few burned steaks and hurt fingers (from slicing) that you sharpen your abilities. The journey is obviously not a bed of roses but it’s one that you enjoy most when you have the fire for this. It was the cooking shows that first inspired me but I discovered attending cooking courses to be more enjoyable. Irrespective of the skill that you get, you get encompassed by folks of similar interest with you.
I discovered not overly long ago that I’ve a fire for computer programming. Sometimes, I mull over it and only if I had unearthed this passion earlier in life, perhaps I would happen to be capable to do so much more. All through my life, I was exposed to nothing but the area of banking and finance and this really is because most of my family members come from banking background. Maybe it is due to my contrarian believing but I really find talking about banking to be such a dull theme. What I find more intriguing is indeed discussing about computer programming rather than economics. Fueled by my passion, I consider it will simply be a matter of time before I will proclaim myself as a programming pro but only at that point of time, I’m not quite there yet.
I believe every single one of us is born with fire. Some individuals refer to it as fixation while some others refer to it as talent. To me, it’s not significant what you refer to it as and what’s more significant is whether you have found them. It’s only when you’ve reached your heaviest passion you will have the ability to look at yourself from new outlook and only afterward, life will be filled with this much vigor and exhilaration. You will live your own life and you will become yourself when you uncover your fixations.