Posted in Psychology

Reflections of passion

By doing what I love and sharing what I know, I put myself on a limb and risk being criticised, misunderstood or attract jealousy.

Depending on who I share my experience with or who I teach, something in me may stir up something in my audience, whether positive or negative feedback or traits or vibes etc.

I am also in the process of growing, being moulded and refined even as I put myself out there to share my experience. Will I be subject to the same temptation of jealousy, fear of being embarrassed or rejected, and so on?

I suppose a good teacher would want their students to become equipped and empowered, and ultimately do better than me in their own area of expertise.

Teaching, after all, is not about competition as it is about continuing and passing on a legacy of positive contributions to humanity and Nature, for future generations to grow, thrive and prosper in good time.

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I am a beloved child of Divine Love/Great Spirit, and so are you. We are spiritual beings on a human journey. My main interests in life include Nature, music, spirituality, inspiration, philosophy, sports, reading and photography.

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