figure By NYT Passion
can be an energising, fulfilling force, the stuff upon which businesses are built, works of art are created and Olympic medals are won.However, if you're not careful, passion
can become an equally destructive curse, leading to suffering and distress.
Made Possible campaign encouraged travelers to discover their own passions
as it shared the inspiring, real-life stories of driven and extraordinary Singaporeans.
In particular, a participant's passion
for a specific activity can be used as an important measuring parameter in predicting adherence to that activity (Vallerand, 2008).
(7) Fear, confidence, and anger are all passions
; the use of money, an action.
(2003) first proposed the concept of passion
for activities, suggesting that passion
entails "a strong inclination toward an activity that people like, that they find important, and in which they invest time and energy" (p.
Project evolved through Wagner's work in a community of elders in Boulder, Colorado wherein the photographer came to realize that many of the people she was getting to know led active lives in which their various passions
and interests play a central role — activities that bring joy, but perhaps go unnoticed by those in the community at large.
Ultimately, there will be a searchable national database of passions
-- A Sacred Oratorio'' is a work of legendary beauty and power.
Cummings, Brian and Freya Sierhuis, eds, Passions
and Subjectivity in Early Modern Culture, Farnham, Ashgate, 2013; hardback; pp.
I don't know where this all came from but it's especially noticeable in the younger generation, who seem to have been brain–washed into pronouncing their passions
to anyone who'll listen.
Nevertheless, there is a common ground here in these modem political thinkers, who believed that justice and political order require that we steer away from our passions
and desires, and rely upon detached reason for political consensus.
Maiers, an educator and consultant in literacy and literacy education, and Sandvold, an administrator and teacher, explain how to encourage passionate learning in the classroom using a framework they call "The Clubhouse Classroom." They detail how to create it, the role of passion
in learning, how students can practice passions
through learning clubs, and the elements, behaviors, and expectations needed to transform passion
into scholarly engagement.
of Modernism: Eliot, Yeats, Woolf, and Mann.
The star is creative director of a revival of the play, renamed Passions
, and penned by Owen Sheers, which will be staged on four nights in the open air in Port Talbot over Easter next year.
(2008) model, if both harmonious and obsessive passions
contribute positively to such a transition, it is exclusively as a result of deliberate practice influenced by the adoption of mastery goals.