Just going to liven up the posts a bit, it’s a daily challenge (not sure if I can keep up a daily pace, but nothing stopping me from just doing one here and there for fun).
The first one was a way rushed, trying to race the clock (late start). Annie may get in on the fun from the photography side, we’ll see.
The year is 2214, and your computer’s dusty hard drive has just resurfaced at an antique store. Write a note to the curious buyer explaining what he or she will find there.
“It’s too bad their pornography was only two-dimensional, isn’t it? Not even collectors want this stuff. Yours free, if you really want it.”
What would you have to believe about yourself to live a passionate life?
I would have to believe I was capable of moving forward. I’d have to find and believe in the right idea, solution, the right inspiration for me.
To stay where I am, I would have to believe…
I’d just have to believe in complacency, the easiest thing in the world. Just let the world keep going by, day by day. Accept the status quo, this isn’t so bad. Take the lazy cop out.
In order to make my passion happen, I would have to believe…
That I was free to pursue it. Thar I was ready to begin, that I had the ability or at least the aptitude.
If I believed that (see above), my next step would be…
At that point inspiration would take over, wouldn’t it? We’re talking a passion here, it wants to be explored, it’s a joy to explore.
(I do hope these questions grow a little less pop-psych at some point, and begin to offer some actual, practical advice? We’ll see.)