Passion with a Purpose — At Any Age
Facebook postings proclaim: “I ran my first marathon.” “I camped with camels in Morocco.” “I am Syrian; I received asylum in Germany.” They relate activities that astound, challenge, even seem unbelievable — but aren’t. We humans are capable of so much more than we want to believe — physically, mentally, emotionally. From birth to death, we stretch the envelope.
The Best and the Brightest?
When we have passion and purpose, we appear to be at the pinnacle of our performance. We ooze success. Our culture encourages us to strive for those characteristics and learn the secrets of those who have it.
The opportunity to redefine.
A passion realized.
Your drive and objectives.
Finding the lifeblood.
(Based on a talk prepared for Mind my Muse in Burlington, WI)
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Judy O Haselhoef, a social artist who writes and travels and author of “GIVE & TAKE: Doing Our Damnedest NOT to be Another Charity in Haiti,” blogs regularly at her website, www.JOHaselhoef.com.
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