Passion

Writer’s Note: This poem is written as advice to those who are hesitant to pursue their passions, whether their hesitance is due to financial restraints, time, or otherwise. I wrote this poem specifically in response to the pressure that I experienced when deciding to pursue a 200-hour yoga teacher training. I am proud to announce that I will begin my training in February, 2017, and would like to thank my lovely neighbor, Laurel, for encouraging me to take this step (Laurel, if you’re reading this, you rock!).

Passion

You are your passions

So let your life become so, too.

Stop worrying about the time.

There is no better time to pursue your dreams

Than now.

Stop thinking so much.

No decision is 100% perfect.

There are risks to take

And sacrifices to make.

But remember,

The greatest risk is not risking.

There is so much to gain.

So don’t pass up the opportunity

Without a second thought.

Your heart jumps excitedly

At the very idea

Of living your passions.

So satisfy your inner voice.

Give in.

Take a chance.

Stop questioning, “What if?”

What if I’m not ready?

Hushhh.

What if you are ready?

What if you begin to live more fully?

What if you find yourself bursting with joy

If you find

that the risk was well worth the investment?

Don’t hold back.

Time may be ticking,

But there is no better time than now.

There is no better time for you to achieve

The fullest

And happiest

Version of yourself.

 

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