Our interest might indicate our passion, but there is more to it. We have to execute what we are interested in. Only by doing, and not by thinking, we can appreciate our passion. By doing, we may revise, refine, or even reject our presumption about our passion. Doing is the best way to validate our passion.
The challenge is that sometimes we even don’t know our interests. This typically happens when our life is so busy in doing things that we assume are important, but we realize that somehow, we just don’t love it. We do things because we thought that our society expects us to do it. Continue reading “Journal as a Space of Reflection”