Passion4

No more passion today than before… nevertheless working on it!

Here comes the rest.

No8 an outburst of strong emotion or feeling -
This is one I would love to feel – stong emotions, passion of feelings, especially desire, love, connectedness, unity, togetherness… these kinds.

No10 the state of being acted upon or affected by something external, esp. something alien to one’s nature or one’s customary behaviour -
This one I don’t get. I wonder if I ever met a feeling like this – external, alien ‘forced upon me’ against my nature or customary behaviour … I would not like it anyhow… why do they call it passion???

No9 violent anger -
Know it tooooooo well. No more please.

No11 (often initial capital letter) Theology -
This one I understand why it is called Passion, but can’t relate to it.

No14 Archaic . the sufferings of a martyr -

I can relate to this one! I am just not very proud of it, neither would like to have more of it, thank you! I don’t understand how one can be passionate bout suffering! Passionate about being a martyr I gather – it is so heroic, in a way. Still no more, thanks.

1.any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling, as love or hate.
2.strong amorous feeling or desire; love; ardour.
3.strong sexual desire; lust.
4.an instance or experience of strong love or sexual desire.
5.a person toward whom one feels strong love or sexual desire.
6.a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire for anything: a passion for music.
7.the object of such a fondness or desire: Accuracy became a passion with him.
8.an outburst of strong emotion or feeling: He suddenly broke into a passion of bitter words.
9.violent anger.
10.the state of being acted upon or affected by something external, esp. something alien to one’s nature or one’s customary behaviour ( contrasted with action).
11.( often initial capital letter  ) Theology .
12.the sufferings of Christ on the cross or His sufferings subsequent to the Last Supper.
13.the narrative of Christ’s sufferings as recorded in the Gospels.
14.Archaic . the sufferings of a martyr.

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