I've realized that no passion or excitement is required to study and that even though it feels unlikely when one first start, most subjects has their charm – for example: I study law – now this is a very formal and dry subject and initially I found it extremely boring – yet when I invested myself into the material what I've found is that there are certain aspects of law that are actually very enjoyable and compatible with me as a being. For example, when you study law there is a certain problem solving dimension involved, and you have to be creative and open-minded in that process, and this is something that I've enjoyed a lot.
So, you can see for yourself in relation the subject your studying whether you might've possibly judged it and not invested yourself in it, and thus not really discovered and learned about what the subject in-fact entails and what of it you do enjoy and have an aptitude towards. Really, most of the times when we resist things, it's actually because there is something in there to learn and discover, yet when we immediately follow our resistances, we don't allow ourselves to make that discovery. Thus, what I suggest is that you look at your studies with fresh new eyes, and create your own relationship towards it; your own learning and studying agreement – and in that develop and find ways to make studying productive and supportive for yourself = a COOL experience.
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