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Thursday, 28 February 2008

Passion-熱情

熱情-Passion according to webster dictionary means
Etymology:
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin passion-, passio suffering, being acted upon, from Latin pati to suffer — more at patient
Date:
13th century
1often capitalized a: the sufferings of Christ between the night of the Last Supper and his death b: an oratorio based on a gospel narrative of the Passion2obsolete : suffering
 
Passion involves suffering, in other words, willing to sacrifice all else in the name of passion
 
如果沒有找到你願意為之而死的事物,

你就沒有找到你的熱情所在.

如果你沒有一個值得為之而死的熱情,

你也就沒有甚麼值得為之而活的.

你活著是為甚麼?
 
-by Jaeson Ma, in his book: The blueprint
 
I don't think i have started living yet..

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