Why passion is important


Another awesome read thanks for sharing the inspiration Karina

Karina's Thought

 passion

 This time I would like to talk about passion. Why passion is so important in our life. I have read many books and articles about the passion. This article I summarize from some books and articles. Hopefully it might be useful to everyone.

What is meant by Passion
When I speak of passion, I don’t mean it in the romantic way. What I mean by passion is the powerful feeling of enthusiasm we all have inside of us. We are all enthusiastic and passionate about something, whether its finance, food or a favorite sport. That enthusiasm is very powerful. When we can combine it with our work, we are setting ourselves up well for achieving true success.

Why Passion is so important
When we are enthusiastic and proud of the work we do, the better equipped we’ll be to overcome the many obstacles that will surely arise in the…

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Who Turned Fauvist Painters Loose at the Creek?


One of the most prolific artists of all time nature! These stunning images were captured by another prolific artist our dear friend Catwoods. Thanks for sharing these beautiful images with us Cat!

Catwoods Porch Party

High sun on low water High sun on low water

We walked through the forest down to the creek in glaring sunlight and, yowie, it looks like Les Fauves have been there, painting over parts of our fall creek scenery. We spooked ’em, they must have dropped loaded brushes and palettes full of paint into the water before vanishing from plein air into thin air. All the great colorists throughout history; Matisse, Derain, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Gauguin, to name a few.

Easy drifting Easy drifting

Kidding! A big sunsmack did this, on the magic reflecting creek at low water. Roaring rays packing color. All increments and permutations are contained in raw sunlight. Those riffles in the foliage and water, those shifting shadows, the clattering dry leaves? Only a light breeze, and frogs. No one, no ghosts, are here.

Some of us are still up there Calming sparkle

Working together at the house, Bud the Editing Cat’s got something to say, “Those wild beasts are out…

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Your soul in one word!


Love the sentiment and thoughts expressed in this post… How would you describe your soul in one word? Thanks for the thought provoking article and inspiring words you shared in the post Purplerays! Namaste

Purplerays

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Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/connectingsoul

“Describe your soul in one word” was the teaser recently posted by ‘Aura & Soul Psychology’ on Facebook and since then the responses have not disappointed! More than 90% of comments could well pass for a catalogue of the most uplifting words conceived by man! The icing on the cake is that love and love related words tops the list! Without doubt, the post has generated a lot of positive vibes; the negative responses like confused, despondent, damaged and blocked were far in-between and drowned in the flow of positive energy…….just then I asked myself, do we really have that many “good souls” around?
Could it be a case of Creation’s Law of the Attraction of Homogeneous Species (birds of the same feather flock together) at work, such that the Aura & Soul Psychology page unconsciously attracts mostly like-minded souls as Facebook friends?
Could it be that…

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Grads of LifeVoice: Work-based Learning: A Talent Solution For Employers And Young Adults


An excellent article and unfortunately a reality that is going to affect our country for many years to come unless there are those that are willing to step up to the plate take a little risk show some compassion and make the change. Thanks for sharing this article with us Ed

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Eric was a 17-year old kid with adult problems. He was about to be a father for the first time, wasn’t working, didn’t have a high school diploma, and had no idea how to afford the child support payments that would soon be rolling in. This was also Eric’s first […]

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interlocking.


Interlocking and interdependence is what makes the human experience so amazing. Aren’t we all connected in one way or another? You don’t need to have your glasses on to see that! Another great post by KSBETH

I didn't have my glasses on....

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a couple of enterprising 5-year olds

create the raised walkway

 many 3s, 4s and 5s

try it out

for quality control 

 offering their suggestions

when

they

or

the boards

fall down

rebuilding as they go.


“in most vital organizations, there is a common bond of interdependence,

mutual interest, interlocking contributions, and simple joy.”
—max depree

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The Gadget Apocalypse Is Upon Us by FARHAD MANJOO


An interesting read, I hope that you are wrong but fear that you may have hit the nail on the head Farhad… Are gadgets really dead?

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By FARHAD MANJOO

Remember gadgets? They were wonderful, and now they’re no more.

Published: December 6, 2016 at 07:00PM

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#klout

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