The word Passionate (from dictionary.com):
/ˈpæʃənɪt/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[pash-uh-nit] –adjective
|1.||having, compelled by, or ruled by intense emotion or strong feeling; fervid: a passionate advocate of socialism.|
|2.||easily aroused to or influenced by sexual desire; ardently sensual.|
|3.||expressing, showing, or marked by intense or strong feeling; emotional: passionate language.|
|4.||intense or vehement, as emotions or feelings: passionate grief.|
|5.||easily moved to anger; quick-tempered; irascible.|
Okay, so passionate. Well, which minute? My passions change depending on what is right in front of me.
One minute I am concerned about world hunger and how I can make a difference but then I get distracted by my lunch time.
Do our passions stay the same? There are so many things to learn about and to believe in and to take a stand about...how do you decide? Or are we just automatically passionate about one thing? My sister is passionate about animals in a way that I could never learn to. I know after the 30 Hour Famine this week many of my students are determined to make a difference now that they know that they actually can. So will they remain passionate about eradicating world hunger?
Okay, but I get away from what I am passionate about.
I know that I am passionate about:
Living life to the fullest.
Listening for God's voice in the middle all the other voices.
Communicating well so that I am really heard.
Helping others find themselves.
Making a difference in this world for good.
Learning from my own and others mistakes.
Making time to really see or hear another person's story.
I get passionate(or frustrated) when people misunderstand me or get confused by my actions - Good or bad. I don't like to be misunderstood.
I am passionate about letting my soul dance and rest...