Hello guys . . . yes, I think a person’s essence could be being honest. I perceive it as a powerful and a somewhat rare characteristic these days. You might also think about the quality of your honesty. That might further your exploration of your essence. Is your honesty: incisive, compassionate, and unbiased? I guess you said it’s “refreshing.” I find that refreshing . . .
I grew up in a Hispanic household that had Christian faith in God and my parents had a strong loving marriage. I think all of this truly influenced me. . I am sensitive, spiritual, ethical and passionate. I remember feeling insecure when I was young. When a man first fell in love with me and I fell in love with him, I learned to to really appreciate my essence. I came into myself because I felt so worthy of love when I was loved like that. I would also say I’m persistent. It is hard when employers knock you down and don’t believe in you or give you time to develop but, I will pick myself up and move forward. I think I’m sensitive because I write poetry at times to express myself and passionate because I’ve always tried to find love. find essence!
Everything conspired to crowd out my passion
When I began my career, I found myself neglecting my early passion and essence for Engineering because my responsibilities to my immediate family, and company were too pressing. Everything conspired to crowd out my passion. I found a solution – I built a very basic gym at home so that I could pursue my passion without being away from my loved ones.
One of my abiding convictions has been that finding a passion, essence not only invigorates you and leads you down the path of self-discovery, it allows you to observe yourself with a kind of detached awareness and look at everything around you with a greater sense of empathy. Further, as you quietly work on yourself – your direct area of control – you find that the area of influence starts to expand and inspire people around you.
Now to respond within the intended context, the essence of the heart. It has taken me a long time to discover and nurture what I have come to accept as my essence, but arises in me more powerfully over time: empathy and compassion. These are what call to me to live into. And as I age and mature emotionally, these are where my mind naturally travels to. Sometimes translating this Essence into Action in the practicality of daily life is a struggle for me, but it is a worthy struggle to consciously face in me.
A very inquisitive person like me wouldn’t let anything slide by without asking questions on it.
Your passion isn’t necessarily to be on education, whatever you feel you have passion for pursuit it.
The starting point of all achievement is the desire (passion) to achieve that goal.
Some who doesn’t desire to be a painter can’t have a passion for painting.
Once you realize you’ve identified a passion for something, begin to groom yourself and your mindset in that aspect.
Figure out what you need to know, what kind of experience and expertise you need to find your essence.
Learn and relearn the dos and don’ts of it, move closer to those who are experts and successful in the area of your niche.
“Follow who know road” be ready to learn from anyone and be humble.
There’s power in our tongue, we should be mindful of what we say to ourselves.