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    Passion, it has many different meanings, the most common one being where we are physically showing affection and love toward someone or something very strongly. Passion is a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Although the dictionary definition is, “A strong and barely controllable emotion,” it is so much more than that, so much more than people realize. They just need a little nudge to push them over the edge, to unlocking the true meaning of passion. To me, passion is when you feel so strongly about someone or something, that you would do absoluting anything to keep that person or item in your possession. If you are truly passionate about an object, activity, or person, you would put them before anyone or anything else, as well…

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    Passion can overcome all obstacles. To be passionate about something is to care a great amount about it. It is a guide in life that one will follow no matter the opposition. Passion will dictate a person’s life and influence a large portion their decisions. Everyone has passion for something. What that passion is, is definitive of that person. Laura said, “To have a passion for truth suggests more then just caring about it. It suggests that we are strongly affected by disregard of evidence,…

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    meaningful definition of the word passion. Passion in the dictionary is a very vague and simple definition. The definition defines passion as a strong emotion. There are many strong emotions out there in the world that the word passion can be confused, or can be used in the wrong context. It seems like people have taking away the true meaning of passion. People have overlooked the word and substituted the definition with a definition that will never truly complete the word. The true definition…

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    something that drives us. This drive is known as passion. One of the many interpretations of passion is described as “any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling” (Webster’s Dictionary). This emotion is felt when a dancer stays at the studio, longer than required, practicing until one move is absolutely perfect or when a detective will not close his case until he finds the fugitive. Your passion is what ultimately consumes your life, from your actions to your thoughts. Passion is often…

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    Christianity is one of the largest religions in the world. Christians based their faith on Jesus Christ, who is the son of God. In 2004, Mel Gibson directed The Passion of the Christ to show the public who Jesus Christ is and his story of his arrest, trial, and suffering. In today’s world of controversy, the public has different opinions when they first see The Passion of the Christ, such as too much bleeding and doubts of the true reality of what happened to the son of God. In general, critics…

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    financially secure. On the other hand, passion is an aspect that can only be achieved once an individual is able to secure such fundamental needs. In the articles Why You Shouldn’t Follow Your Passions by Alison Green, Why “Follow Your ‘Passion” Is [Bad] Advice by Joshua Fields Millburn, and Why “Follow Your Passion” Is Pretty Bad Advice by Nathaniel Koloc, the relationship between one’s job and one’s passion is analyzed. By proving that most jobs cannot satisfy one’s passion, they show that…

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    Passion Of Christ Analysis

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    Throughout the years the “Passion of the Christ” movies have been used to tell the story about Christ’s death and resurrection. Then in 2004 Mel Gibson made his version of the movie and as I like to say brought it in to the 21st century with updated graphics, violence, and blood. The combination of images, faith, and history this film truly was like no other Passion of Christ movie ever done. The Passion of the Christ is a serious and deep piece of cinematography, it not just show us how much…

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    The film The Passion of the Christ opens in a scene in which Jesus is tempted and tormented by Satan. At first Jesus is praying in the night with some of his disciples. Then a Satanic figure appears and begins harassing Jesus. Jesus ignores him but begins sweating immensely. Satan then manifest as a snake which Jesus stomps on. Next, Judas appears with soldiers and kisses Jesus on the cheek. In response Jesus is arrested. Peter attempts to intervene, by attacking a soldier. However, Jesus tells…

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    Passion Will Be My Paycheck I could sense all 32 of their hearts beating. They were nervous, very nervous. They gathered their flags and headed to warm-up. They were awful quiet for a group of teenage girls, but rightly so, they were about to perform their first winter guard show. Myself and the other co-directors, gave instructions that they listened to very carefully. “Smile, chin up, and have fun.” The girls responded with multiple anxious questions. My words gave them short term comfort as…

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    In 2004 Gibson released The Passion of the Christ. The movie was Mel Gibson’s portrayal of Jesus’s trial and crucifixion. The movie utilizes all four canonical gospel accounts of the Passion story, but also includes many details that are not written in any of the four gospels. For example, Satan is shown in the Garden of Gethsemane. According to many who have seen the movie, Pilate, the Roman governor in charge of the that the story is situated in, is portrayed as having no other choose then to…

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