What is your Passion?

I think everyone ought to have a passion, may it be an activity, an object or a feeling. Passion is defined as “an intense desire or enthusiasm for something” or “a thing arousing great enthusiasm” by the Oxford dictionary.  So having a passion motivates us and pushes us forward in our lives, towards our goal. It is something we truly enjoy having or doing resulting in serene happiness. There is a huge variety of passions, so it is interesting to see what people are passionate about. Therefore I ask you: What is your passion? If you don’t have one yet or you don’t know, think of the one thing you love doing most, in any given situation, whether you are happy, sad or angry; at home or someplace else.

Others could be gaping at you in amazement if you show your passion. Whether or not this is what you want, you can inspire people to experience the same sort of excitement your passion gives you. Imagine how great that would be.

For example, my passion is dance. I could dance all day and still want to dance more. I would dance with music or without, at home or on the pavement. I don’t really care because I simply love it. It gives me inner peace and makes me smile. With dance, I truly live my life, love my life and laugh because I nearly burst of happiness.