Having a Passion and Why it's Important

     I believe that everybody needs a passion, but what really is a passion? A passion is something that you believe in and that has some responsibility for defining you. You can have multiple passions, I do and it's a good thing if you do, because a unique combination of passions, if used to it's full potential, can create some unique and amazing results. Some examples of passions are music, animal rights, human rights, and making. How are you supposed to achieve your passion? How do you even discover your passion? These are all good questions that I will do my best to answer in the following paragraphs.

     How are you supposed to achieve your passion? That's a bit of a trick question and misconception. You can't achieve your passion, your passion is what helps you to decide on what goals you have to achieve. Not everybody has the same passions and that's a good thing, to reiterate on the preceding paragraph, your passions make you who you are. 

     How do you discover your passion? That's an important question that's really up to you, however, I will suggest a way on how. It's a one step solution. You only have to make a list of all of the things that you really enjoy and that you're passionate about. (Passionate means to be heartfelt, to be excited and to be energetic about something.) 

     What does Blue Sky School have to do with passions? Well, at Blue Sky School we work to embrace your passions and help you learn and make a difference with your passion in mind. 

     In case you were wondering, my passions include veterinary care of animals, animal rights, music, and biking. They're pretty diverse, but that's what makes me Hari.

Thank you for reading this blog post,
Student Advisor for Blue Sky School


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