Why Must You Keep on Doing What You Love to Do?

When we don't do what we love to do, we feel anxious and depressed. With anxiety and depression comes the deterioration of the human mind and body.

“Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.”

― Marthe Troly-Curtin, Phrynette Married

When we don’t do what we love to do, we feel anxious or depressed. With anxiety or depression comes the deterioration of the human mind and body. Hence, we must avoid circumstances in which we become anxious or depressed.

The surest way to avoid this pitfall is to work in ways that make you feel good. When we do what we love to do, there is no conscious effort on our part. We handle it naturally, and the work becomes one of the most significant sources of enjoyment.

When we do something, we hate doing, we’re never able to put in a hundred percent of our time and energy. The work is in third grade, and our progress suffers significantly.

The best way to live a life of happiness and satisfaction is to choose a work from the menu of options that meet the following criteria.

  • One, you must have a genuine love for it.
  • Second, it can positively impact your life soon.

If you fulfill these two criteria and keep doing the work, you’ll become invincible in a couple of years.

With practice comes the courage to create more. When practiced enough times, the work reflects a unique persona.

We get a voice that can’t be suppressed or replaced by anyone. The work becomes our image, and we do our best to protect that image.

Don’t think of it as a waste of time. It’s one of the best investments in your life. Who knows, with your work, you create history. But that’s secondary. Your focus must be on the quality of the work.

Produce enough work with clear intent to help improve the quality of people’s life around you. Give time to your work and practice patience; the result will produce miracles for you.

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