Passionate Values

Recently during a conversation, a friend described me as being passionate about my beliefs. This was stated as a compliment, and I took it as one even though it made me feel a bit uncomfortable.

Over the next few days, I reflected on this statement “you’re passionate about your beliefs” and finally understood why it made me uncomfortable. I can certainly understand why someone would think I’m passionate about my beliefs, but I…

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