When Passion starts to die, we all do too.
It’s like drawing after four years of ‘not drawing’. It’s dangerous, especially when one is very good at something or wakes up to find that the skills they once had was gone and blown to the wind.
When that happens, I tend to avoid what I was lacking passion in, only to go back slowly and painfully, to find that the skill hasn’t faded, just reconfigured into something it shouldn’t have, only to have me wrestle it into submission to get it working the way it should and power on through by ‘doing’ something regardless of what my Inner Editor says inside my head, weirdly putting in mind of what Khaos said in Dissonance about ‘putting aside something for the next day’.
Right, lesson actually learned (and feeling slightly embarrassed typing this up) Entropy is bad.