Are you an entrepreneur, coach, mentor, trainer, freelancer, consultant, therapist, healer….? A corporate leader?

  • As entrepreneurs, we are all ‘following our passion‘. Aren’t we?
  • Is following the passion the right thing to do?

I recently got to know what the word, ‘passion’ originally meant, courtesy a friend, Access Consciousness practitioner. That set me thinking…

We use these words very loosely. It meant one thing and what we meant, interpreted or dreamt of, was something totally different. These words carry their own energy. So, what are we attracting?


Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin passio(n- ) (chiefly a term in Christian theology), from Latin pati ‘suffer’.
1. strong and barely controllable emotion.”a man of impetuous passion”
2. the suffering and death of Jesus.
“meditations on the Passion of Christ”
synonyms: crucifixionpainsufferingagonymartyrdom;
“the Passion of Christ”
(courtesy Google Dictionary)
Is this the passion we want to chase?
What to do instead? Life Purpose?
Master’s Voice: The purpose of life is to live a life of purpose… 
PS: There is a passion-fruit too? :))
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