“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” These Ralph Waldo Emerson’s words are actual now as they were a hundred years ago.
If you look around, all the most magnificent creations, ideas, and works came from people who care about their activities. Everything that made without enthusiasm is dull or colorless without the spark of life.
Is the Enthusiasm in our Veins?
I think that all children have this trait from the beginning. They explore the world with curiosity, always hoping for something new and exciting. If we watch children, how do they play and interact, we will see that they are full of life. Can we tell the same about adults? I do not think so because we forgot that passion and enthusiasm are.
Can We Find it Again?
Yes, we can. It is around us; we just need to be aware of our lives and surroundings. The enthusiasm gives color to everything that we do. New ideas show up; solutions start to appear comfortable and lovable to perform. When we like that we do, everything starts and ends without obstacles. If we have some disturbances, we use creativity, and we solve problems fast. We care because we like that we do.
When we are enthusiastic about something, we can reach stars, climb mountains, explore caves, find the cure for the illness. Scientists, composers, painters, politicians reached heights when they were enthusiastic about topics and ideas, ways how to find the best solution, or how to create new things.
Look for Role Models and Inspirations
Sometimes life is dull and monotonous. What can we do? Meeting interesting people, seeing new places, reading inspirational books, and achieving goals force us to feel alive again. The enthusiasm for us will show up from examples, which could find when we look for it.
When we do what we want to do, we ignite passion. Our activity feeds our minds and fulfills our hearts with joy and courage. We like that we do. If we reach results, our enthusiasm will flourish. The inspiration from our achievements gives us the push forward, and we feel as children are looking ahead that it is going to be in the future.