200 words, Diana Schwenk, Diana's Enormous Book of Quotes, dreams, integrity, joy, life, mission, passion, Purpose, true to yourself, vision, world issues
How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone.
I once asked a man what he was passionate about and he replied, leadership. “Leadership of what?” I asked. “I just want to be a leader, it doesn’t matter what.”
I could be wrong, but that sounds a bit like a power grab to me.
It’s a bit sad, if you ask me. But it’s not an unusual answer.
So many of us seek the most coveted position, which isn’t a bad thing if we’re seeking it in an area that we are passionate about and we have the gift-set, but when we want it just for the sake of having it, we will find ourselves in an excruciating uphill journey that feels mostly like trying to run quickly under water.
Worst of all, we’ll not be happy with the experience.
Co Co had it right. I think she knew well that putting aside our wish to be something, and seeking to be true to who we are and act from where we are passionate, immediately releases us from unnecessary cares.
~ DIANA’S ENORMOUS BOOK OF QUOTES ~
So, what are you passionate about?