I was asked… is motivation draining?

Ran into someone and we got talking, I think I conveyed the response on the spot. However, I think this is something that could help everyone so thought to share it here. We already know the question, let’s dive straight into the answer; Pure? No. Now, I realize it’s getting controversial here, like a lot of people would say what’s Impure Motivation? Are you questioning certain people? Are you questioning us? My response ‘NO’.

What I mean by the word ‘Pure’ in this context is if it’s really your goal/a cause close to your heart to help people, you’ll feel energized by it. You won’t feel drained. Do you know how a battery works? Charge flows from positive to negative. Now, I realize, you must be thinking; Aha! Doesn’t a battery get drained and eventually runs out of charge? Yes it does. But do you know there’s also a concept of earthing? (In electrical circuits). That’s why, so it doesn’t necessarily/at all drain you, you should stay grounded. Yes, grounded in the sense of being humble, but also emotionally stable. It does sadden our heart sometimes, seeing people/ourselves in trouble, but you don’t let it affect you, because what you’re trying to achieve here is bigger than anything, and that keeps you always positive. Feel good about yourself, if you were kind enough to help someone selflessly. When was the last time you helped someone without expecting something in return?

Has it been that long? Go do it now! 🙂


About Prince Sewani

Technology enthusiast, philosopher, keen observer and a perfect communicator, I never hold myself back from what I want to say, I just wait and formulate it with right words. P.S. : Whatever is posted on this blog, shall not be copied. Should it be found that way, I'll be forced to take legal actions.
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