But this is a very expected, somewhat drinkin'-the-koolaid response.
As I wrote yesterday, we should remain close to what matters most to us, close to our heart, close to who we are. If I go into my past, the work that I was most excited by involved stories of people finding themselves in this world, and how technology can facilitate that process.
I just finished a long, drawn-out, somewhat arduous project and am wanting to dig a little bit deeper into what "activates" me. Same with passions and interests - they don't only come from looking outside, but from looking within.
If I were to answer this very quickly, I'd say that it was exciting that my excited by involved stories of people finding themselves in this world. Click on a month below or enter the name in the search box to the right or click the first letter of last name: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Wed February 11, Matthew "Matty" Joseph Sergio, Sun June 07, Matthew (Matty) J. D'Annunzio, 27, of Boyertown, PA passed away on July 4, He was born in Norristown, PA on February 16, Matthew has lived in.
And then later, the projects that I worked on in college, such as marthewmatty a medical device for Ugandan midwives, or HIV disclosure service, certaintly "activated" my passions for the impact that de can have on people's everyday lives. I must press forward toward what activates me, what makes my soul come alive.
And from there, finding a way to travel to Germany via my online Filipino penpal. Perhaps it started with matthewmstty experience as a bullied 12 year old gay boy in the Midwest finding support online.