How many of us can say we live passionately?
How many of us can say we live with passion as our focus on a day to day basis?
Do we actually take the time putting every bit of ourselves into all that we do?
One may think it sounds simple, but in fact people do struggle with this every day. There are so many little things that get in our way from doubts, others negative will, to the daily lists of what we have to accomplish that passion turns into a luxury
I believe when times are down and out for any of us, we can still stand strong and find the passion in the simple caring for our friends and family while going about our daily routines. We need to be trusting in the outcome as we put the same amount of faith in each step.
Passion is infectious. When you see others breathing it in and living it, you want every part of that for your own journey.
I live for passion, truly. I am passionate about many things. My family. My voice. My non-profit work to help others through sharing my story. My Lourdes Ministry. But mostly, I am passionate about LIFE. Mine was almost taken away from me on several occasions, so when it comes to it, I am constantly aware of its gift and never take it for granted.
I want to appreciate every moment, every flower, every smile, every breath...I find gratitude in every second that breathes. I have to, for that is truly living.
Today, take a moment to try and live in this way by pausing at beauty, taking in others kindness and generous spirits. Search out gratitude in each hour, then share it with another.
At the end of the day proceed to ask yourself what you are passionate about, what is your definition of passion and then make some choices upon how you will start tomorrow in a new light.
I challenge you to find YOUR passion....then LIVE IT TRUE.
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Andrea creates, builds, and offers her teachings and hands on life tools based on her journey healing her body image after a 14yr battle and life of trauma. Her vision always is to help others live a full life with the journey they are given.