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Chapter 4. Exploring the Role of Passion > Tapping in to Your Feelings

Tapping in to Your Feelings

Another reason we use the word passion when referring to purpose is that both terms are about feeling. To fulfill a passion is to express deeply held feelings. Passion is not intellectual or rational. It comes from the heart—it is a calling. You do not think about what your purpose is, you feel or know your purpose. You do not figure it out; you experience it. Finding your purpose is less analytical and more intuitive.

Passion implies desire; and your passion, if given a voice, will arouse you to take action. Once known, it demands to be fulfilled. If we fail to listen, we suffer stress, fatigue, frustration, or dissatisfaction. You may be feeling dissatisfied in your present work because you feel no passion for what you do.


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