What are you passionate about aside from languages?

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

Being a minimalist, investing, hiking, kickboxing

Awesome!

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

hiphop, contemporary

I love hip hophop ^^

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I'm passionate about reading. I love to read, though I haven't had much time to do it lately.  

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

I'm passionate about reading. I love to read, though I haven't had much time to do it lately.

That's awesome! I wish I liked reading a lot more than I do because it really improves every aspect of a person's intellect ^_^

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Elso.Martinez wrote:
Phillip.Laplana wrote:
I'm passionate about reading. I love to read, though I haven't had much time to do it lately.
That's awesome! I wish I liked reading a lot more than I do because it really improves every aspect of a person's intellect ^_^


I think one simply finds a story that one likes, and the rest takes care of itself.


Recently, I dug up an old copy of Frederick Forsyth's No Comebacks, a collection of short stories. It was fun to read them all over again.

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For me, I love doing photo shoots of places, nature, people, unique things, ideas, etc and making video blogs- still a starter though and public speaking. 

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Cooking and listening to music. 


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Jeralen.Borja wrote:
Cooking and listening to music.

Do you make adobo with sugar or without?

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I'd rather use honey for adobo instead of sugar. ;)


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I always wanted to learn Sax but i have limited time. :(

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Taking photos were one of my leisure but i decided to quit and focus on work. LOL 

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

Khadijah.Davis wrote:

Filmmaking, Acting, Screenplay writing, Guitar, Ukulele :) Traveling, Photography, Rescuing animals, Yoga, and Avocados!

those are a lot of great things to be passionate about, you sound really talented, I'm passionate about avocados too

Avocados are the best! :) :)


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PC games. :) And books!

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ikaymoreno wrote:

PC games. :) And books!

I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc

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Elso.Martinez wrote:
ikaymoreno wrote:
PC games. :) And books!
I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc


It's one of the things I spend on. :) I have super crappy phones because I don't care for phones very much but I like my games. I'm also not uber-set up but enough that I can play Skyrim and Diablo 3 without having to set everything to low or off. Hehehehe.

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ikaymoreno wrote:

Elso.Martinez wrote:

ikaymoreno wrote:

PC games. :) And books!

I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc

It's one of the things I spend on. :) I have super crappy phones because I don't care for phones very much but I like my games. I'm also not uber-set up but enough that I can play Skyrim and Diablo 3 without having to set everything to low or off. Hehehehe.

Sounds awesome! I think I might not be saavy enough, but I'll definitely try to build a gaming pc with help someday!

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I am really passionate about attachment parenting. I'd like to study at the Neufeld's institute and understand even more of it and maybe teach and help others...


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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

I am really passionate about attachment parenting. I'd like to study at the Neufeld's

institute and understand even more of it and maybe teach and help others...


Sounds very interesting, I had never heard of attatchment parenting, I willhad definitely look it up! :D

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Mmmm let's see... Internet surfing does alot of good, I do that virtually everyday. I like to learn too, new stuffs everyday. And most recently I developed interest in books. I'm half way with "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and about half with "The Rules of Management"

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Two books at a time yeah, I know!

But I sortsorta like the combination. Let's just say "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" builds the idea and potentials, then "The Rules of Management" manages them all; The ideas and pretty much everything that comes with it.


Two great books I'll suggest to anyone at anytime. All just depends on what exactly you want to learn from any part of it.

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