When you say someone is passionate about doing something, you mean they behave in a wild, uncontrolled way and don’t think or care about how they should behave.< /p>
Living life with dedication doesn’t mean living recklessly, it means deciding that no matter what comes your way, you’re going to enjoy it and make the most of what’s going on around you< /b>.
“Love with devotion.” Loving with devotion is loving ruthlessly without expectations. To love fully without thinking about outside influences (race, age, status, religion). Loving for free.
If “dedicated” roughly means “without regard to the consequences”, then if the author plays with words, “dedicated” = intentional and purposeful.
Living with devotion, according to Julia, means being fearless, making mistakes and accepting that the fear and the mistakes are part of the fun. She really didn’t care if she screwed up. Your default attitude was not to stand back and think, but to dash forward and fix it as you move on. Or repeat it.
To surrender fully to God is to be in a relationship of love with Him. It means receiving His joy and His love into our hearts. It means not putting up barriers between us and God, but allowing His love to permeate our lives completely.
Have not a hand in the blade with devotion, Club from the herd all the boldest and boldest, For a dog that only looks like it likes to eat books. About utopian YA is not sold.
Definition of with reckless abandon
: in a very wild and reckless way She with reckless abandon decided to quit her job and move to Tahiti.
There was a time, not so long ago, when you loved with reckless devotion. You loved like there was nothing in this world that could take it from you. You surrender to the feeling of love. Better yet, you’ve felt what love is like when it’s returned.
Explanation: Leave someone or something behind or run away, or give something up: Air raids forced the villagers to leave their homes. The weather was so bad that we gave up our plans for a picnic.
with reckless abandon
with gay/reckless abandon: This year, holiday shoppers are spending their money with reckless abandon.
abandon (v.) late 14th c., “to give up (something) absolutely, to relinquish control;” also “to surrender oneself”, (to) surrender oneself completely,” from Old French leavener, from the adverbial phrase à bandon “at will, at will”, from Latin bannum, “announcement”, which comes from a Frankish or other Germanic word.
Conn. When you leave a place, thing, or person, leave that place, thing, or person permanently or for a long time, especially when you shouldn’t. He claimed his parents abandoned him. [
Some common synonyms for giving up are give up, resign, give up, renounce and give in. While all of these words mean “giving up completely,” giving up emphasizes the finality and completeness of giving up.
At its core, self-abandonment typically arises from a lack of self-confidence. So the basic solution to self-abandonment is self-reliance and a commitment to yourself. Anything related to self-care, self-exploration, or self-assertion is a step in the right direction.
Blessed Charles de Foucauld’s Abandonment Prayer:
Father, I place myself in your hands; do what you want with me Whatever you may do, thank you: I’m ready for anything, I accept anything. Let only your will be done in me and in all your creatures. I desire no more than this, O Lord.