Exploring your passion through family

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We had such a lovely time at Easter, joining with Grandma and Grandpa, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, and grandchildren. Whether you celebrate the resurrection of Christ or not, most American families like to gather for dinner and shared enjoyment of some sort. We were no exception. Even had a couple of family members hooked up remotely and passed around the table. It was a very enjoyable experience.

 

There are many ways to make your family your passion.

Of course, my grandsons were my favorite, followed closely by my parents, who are in their eighties, but still active and on my team. Who am I kidding? I loved and enjoyed each person there, and we missed the ones who weren’t there. Family is special, whether your family is the traditional style with multiple generations, or the random assemblage of people you live with. Value them as part of your rainbow life.

 

Sometimes families are encouraging and helpful. Use this to advance your passions as much as you can. But what if they’re not supportive? Use that as motivation to prove to them that your Multipassionate life is really valuable and worthwhile. Won’t it be satisfying when they say, “You were right, this is really who you are, and what you were meant to do.”?

 

I am getting more and more excited as my Rainbow life unfolds. How about you? Does each day bring a new adventure? If not, why not, and what can you do about it? Love seeing your comments.

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