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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Time Can Change Many Things Including Passion, Love and Hobby

Now you talk passionately about your passion in your work, you have never feel that you are working at all. You are loving it.

Now you shout to the world how deeply you are in love with your sweetheart. You just cannot live without your sweetheart. If the sweetheart is gone, you would rather die.

Now you boast to your friends about this great hobby of yours. Everyday, you can't wait to lay your hand on it. Without it, life will be never the same again.

Many years later, what will be you be saying? May be you will hate your work - it is called brown or burn out. Your love may become your source of sorrow or hate. Your hobby is forgotten in your store-room.

Time can change and will change anything and only when your  time on earth is near the end only then you can truly say:

This is my passion. This is my love. This is my hobby.

So instead of searching high and low for your passion, your love and your hobby and knowing that time may change anything. Why not just learn to accept whatever is real, practical and available in front of you. Take good care of them. Try to live to the fullest each day and hope for more good days to come.

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