Unbridled Passion!

“Passion and purpose go hand in hand. When you discover your purpose, you will normally find it’s something you’re tremendously passionate about!”

The quote from Steve Pavlina, literally got me immersed in the pool of thoughts and I couldn’t let go of it. Look, success can not be yours unless you have forsaken the fringe opinions that you possess. When I say your goals has to be rampant, I do aim at progress that can never be impeded. The guts to accomplish new heights comes through the unbridled passion, an enthusiasm that is unfettered and unshackled by any consequences. While clinging to glory we must remember not to depend upon others ’cause when we do, our needs become habits and then its faraway difficult to get freed from what we are habituated. Being self-dependent, revolutionizing the way you think and cultivating your values are three golden mantras for long term success. Amidst of all this do not forget, enchanting glory needs to be earned, power of no mantras would suffice once you failed to have that passion!

Tejas L Bramhecha
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22 Comments Add yours

  1. I completely agree! Once you have these two things you will be unstoppable!

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  2. Yes relying on others to validate us is a set up for failure x

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  3. penofjenblog says:

    Great article!…”the guts to accomplish new heights”! Oh yes!

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  4. howlsensei says:

    This is so true! Love this. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Love every bit of this blog, very inspirational! Thank you so much for the writings and I have followed your blog, looking forward to more to come! !

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  6. HighLifey says:

    I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award!
    Please visit 😉

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  7. Smita Ray says:

    Motivational !

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  8. Mei says:

    Very inspirational. I am looking forward to hear more blogs from you .


  9. chris jensen says:

    Extremely interesting post!

    i also see that you dropped by for a read,

    thank you,


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    1. chris jensen says:

      You’re kindedly welcome!

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  10. unibookworm says:

    This post made my day =) thanks for swinging by Unibookworm-isms!

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  11. This post made me stop and rethink about all the positive ways we have and forget to use them. I love the picture with the young lady and she gave me a feeling of do what you enjoy, embrace life, and be content with who you are.

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  12. I couldn’t agree more. But is is scary to let go of those ‘fringe options’ when you are not sure how your passion might pay the bills. But sometimes you do just have to jump off the cliff and believe that if you do you may fly. I am slowly backing off the cliff as we speak. Not quite the leap of faith, but as long as I get off the damn cliff ….

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  13. I totally agree. Great piece!

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    1. YW. Sure. Thanks for the visit, too. 🙂

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  14. Kelsey says:

    Thank you for sharing this post about passion! I too have been trying to figure out my passion, which led me here! This was a great piece!

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  15. Smita Ray says:

    Reblogged this on Vistas and commented:
    A little while back I found myself caught up in reading blog posts that really motivated me. This is one among those encouraging blogs and I like the posts very much. I truly appreciate all these wonderful bloggers who bring about a great deal of positivity by their words.

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  16. VERY powerful and encouraging!!!

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    1. Oh I will! Looking forward to your posts in my feed 🙂

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