Does passion make sense?
Well, it might not for some people, but it definitely does for the others.
Despite spending a few hours every day dealing with visa issues in the past few weeks, feeling frustrated by not getting the reply for some important occasions, now I feel much more respected by having efficient conversations with people around the world.
The world is very big. So people can be very different. Some people are laid-back, and it is very easy for them to say that things are too difficult to do. But there are also people who cannot be more serious about what they are doing, and who are willing to help others and being generous all the time. There are people who interpret my passion as 'showing-off', then I guess they are just not the right type to spend much time with. It's good to know how diverse people can be, then we will appreciate the same kind much more.
The family atmosphere is so warm in Leeds, and doing something that I'm capable of as a treat makes me feel the world is more like a rainbow.
There are some deep topics I encountered in the past few months in the UK, such as racism, loneliness, and self evaluation. Sometimes I feel the future is so unclear that I don't even know if I should hold back and live a secure life, or just keep going forward as a fighter. Maybe everybody is experiencing the world differently, but difficult situations definitely make the outcome brighter when we make it through. We think more and feel more, and then we can transfer the inspiration more into our work and performance. One will not achieve a masterpiece without suffering. So being lazy, I guess, is not the key point of becoming successful.
There should be some achievements, when I am spending the whole life doing one thing.