But education isn't everyone's passion.
The Hubs has found his niche in the mental health field - and is also finding it in the medical field. I know his heart is trying to help those who have PTSD, depression, and other mental illnesses. Other people are passionate about fitness or nutrition. I wish I was. I learn from my friends who know all about organic eating and working out. Honestly, I don't really apply it yet, but I admire their passion and knowledge about those topics.
I have friends who are passionate about Calvinism. I have friends who are passionate about Pentecostalism. And since I find value (and truth) in both, I learn from them even though I am not 100% sold on either perspective.I have friends who make their homes beautiful. I have friends who volunteer at animal shelters. I have friends who advocate for a variety of worthy causes. What I find with each of these friends is that not only are they passionate about their interest, they are knowledgeable. So I choose to learn from them, even if it is not something I will ever be very interested in or even something I necessarily agree with.
At the end of the day if I have caused someone to think about something in a different way, I am happy. My desire is not agreement, but to challenge others (and myself) to think about why we do what we do. And through that I hope there is change in all of us.
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