Guest Post – On Stoking Passion

First tip for following your passions and making them happen: Never get bored. There is always something to do. I never let myself get in that mind-dumbing state. I either read or I pick up a new trade.
I was bored one time so I learned how to cut hair (Google is awesome).
I was bored so I wrote a sucky book.
I was bored, so I taught myself how to quilt and gave the horrible first sample to my papa.
You’ll be amazed at what you can do if you give it a random try.
As a family we move A LOT around the world, which gives me even more opportunities and inspiration, but how did I get here?  I loved myself…

I love myself. I’m confident, talented, accomplished, correctable, spontaneous, and happily contented. It is NOT A BAD THING to love yourself this much. This problem now a days is that people DON’T love themselves. Oh, they think they are confident, but most are covering up their insecurity. How do you tell the difference between the two? Count your number of friends. Depressed people cannot last long with happy people. Fake people are never friends for very long; eventually their true colors come through. Therefore, the smaller the number the more chance that you ARE real, and love yourself. First comes insecurity. Next comes pride, which is followed by a humbled fall. Next comes healing. Lastly comes the accepting of yourself. When you love yourself, you become less sensitive, you let go of yourself, you give more because you are already full.

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About parentwin

Parent of twins, blogger, writer and journalist. I write things. Sometimes people even read them.
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