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When You Are Overwhelmed By The Pressure To Find Your Passion
We are constantly being told to pursue our passions in life, but there are times when passion is a TALL ORDER, and really hard to reach. But curiosity, I have found, is always within reach.

Passion is a tower of flame, but curiosity is a tiny tap on the shoulder  -  a little whisper in the ear that says, "Hey, that's kind of interesting..."
Passion is rare; curiosity is everyday.
Curiosity is therefore a lot easier to reach at at times than full-on passion -  and the stakes are lower, easier to manage.
The trick is to just follow your small moments of curiosity. It doesn’t take a massive effort.

Just turn your head an inch. Pause for a instant. Respond to what has caught your attention. Look into it a bit. Is there something there for you? A piece of information?

I literally stopped in my tracks.

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