What passion is?

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The word etymology is very interesting. It all starts with the Latin word “pati”, which means enduring or experience. After that, in the Late Latin, appeared the word “passionem”, which was used more for expressing the suffering. Old French used it related especially with Christ’s physical suffering: “passion”. Starting with 17th century, the word passion extended it’s meaning to describe a strong enthusiasm for something. Now, according to the dictionary…

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Writing is more than a hobby, it's a feeling. My main purpose is to help others and writing is my best way of doing this.

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