BTW, about passion and capacity
Wednesday June 15, 2022
I had this summary-thought recently:
“Dispassionate capacity points to stable capability.”
Looking it over a few times, I think it could be a pretty reliable model for measuring one’s day-to-day work, for example.
So, I ask: Are you appreciating, and employing, your dispassionate capacities?
We talk a lot about passion as if it’s a huge target worth chasing in life. But some things must be done because simply because there’s capacity to do them. Must be done for who? For you!
They are marked as stable and capable, not so much passionate.
And that’s good, because it also feels good, even if not passionately so, at some lower level. You should feel more stable and more capable as you engage those parts of who you are.
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