Defend Your Passion Whatever The Case Maybe

 

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“One needs to be slow to form convictions, but once formed they must be defended against the heaviest odds.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

 

If you have the passion to achieve any goal, no one can stop you. Have you heard about the story of Tortoise and Rabbit when the slow and steady wins the race? The story has a lot of teachings to engulf but does everyone get it conveyed properly? The story showcase how even the steady walk can get your dreams fulfilled only if you are moving constantly and have full faith in yourself. Similar is the case with making sincere convictions. Whether a decision is big or small, if it is taken in hurry and rush, it may become wrong and erroneous. This is why time plays the most crucial role in making decisions in life for following the passions.

Think, Decide and Make Your Convictions

Making a conviction or committing something to someone should never be done in a hurry. It’s been said that decisions made in rush are often the wrong decisions in life. Therefore one must take enough time to think about the possible consequences and potential outcomes of it. If you believe that your decision could help someone for good, you must go for it. Because there is nothing greater than doing something good for others in this selfish world. A selfless soul is hard to find. So try becoming one.

Stick to Your Passions whatever the Situation is

Once you decide that you have taken the right step in the right direction, there should be no second thoughts about it. One needs to stick to his words whatever the circumstances are. Since enough time was taken for the decision making, it should be firmly defended in every odd situation. Being stick to your words and passions in the hardest of situations is what makes your persona glorify and shine in the world.

 

Written By: Mani Lohani

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