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Updated 06/09/2017

  Passion is a strong, powerful emotion.  It is a boundless enthusiasm. It can
  drive us to excellence.  It can drive us to help others.  It can bring people
  together.  It can bring people into long term relationships.  Passion keeps
  families together.  Passion builds personal relationships.  Passion is Power.

  The word or name "Passion" is used widely:
     -  a body care and fragrance company
     -  a Christian musical group (Passion)                                                                     
      -  a conference
      -   a cruise ship
     -  an energy/emotion for very special people who are no longer with us                 [STB] 
     -  an energy/emotion for very special people in our lives                                        [STB]
     -  an energy within us that can drive great achievement                                          [STB]
     -  a flower
     -  a fruit

     -  a Christian movie (The Passion for Christ and website)
     -  a number of dating sites
     -  a planner
     -  a restaurant
     -  a television show
     -  a University
     -  a word used frequently in many quotations with many synonyms
     -  and many many others

    7 Tips for Loving Your Career and Working With Passion
       |  Entrepreneur, Rebekah Iliff                                                                                                                                                   06/09/2015
    You’ve heard the Confucius saying, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to
    work a day in your life.” But what if you have yet to figure out what it is that makes your
    heart beat faster -- or, an even more common scenario -- how to turn what you love
    doing into a lucrative career path.

   Find Your Passion With These 8 Thought-Provoking Questions  |  Warren Berger        04/14/2014
    In a previous post, I shared questions that can help in overcoming fear of failure. But
    sometimes, there’s an even more basic problem that can stop us from pursuing bold
    challenges and ambitious goals: not knowing which challenges or goals to pursue. 
    These days, you’re urged to “follow your passions” and “lean in”–but what if you’re not
    sure where your particular passion lies? What if you don’t know which way
 to lean?

    How to Find Your Passion in 5 Creativity Exercises  |  Entrepreneur, Lisa Girard 
    Benjamin Disraeli, a 19th century British Prime Minister, once said, "Man is only great
    when he acts from passion."