Around the world and in America, sports give people a sense of pride and passion in their city, state, or country. People revolve their lives around sports and the may rarely pick up a magazine, a newspaper, or a book unless it involves sports. Sports in moderation with many other hobbies, trying new things, reading, browsing interesting new things on the internet-this is okay. To make sports your whole entire world and never experience a new hobby or activity and live for sports-it's just not beneficial to self-growth and the experiential learning that is needed.
With this man in the writing event who was speaking about sports, he was also obsessed with reading. He reads two books a week, almost every newspaper, and works a job full of learning opportunities. He loves sports, but he dabbles into other things-politics, religion, self-help, and having meaningful conversations to try and improve his life and parenting. Many times people read something and assume that this is a post hating on sports-it is not. Sports are a great hobby especially when people play sports rather than just watch them as that contributes towards social skills and team building.
For instance, a man's love for the New York Yankees can lead them to a lifetime of baseball games and spending all their money on shirt, hats, bumper stickers etc. . What about the rest of the beautiful things that life has to offer? Are they making an investment in these? It's just something to think about.
Do you have a favorite team? Do you consider yourself to be a Sports lover extremely passionate about sports? This is great to have this passion, but are you passionate about other activities? Are you trying kayaking on the weekend or taking a walk to a new park? Are your children being exposed to different things as they learning and growing with every moment?
YOU CAN enjoy your sports life in moderation if you find something else that you are just as passionate about. The job might be a bit routine and it's just a paycheck, but what else is out there to explore for you?
IT'S YOUR SKY THAT IS THE LIMIT...PCR