“Via my perspective, I spent a lot of time trying to categorize what is supposed to be a talent and what’s not supposed to be a talent, “This can’t be a talent. How can?”
My very good friend once told me, “Travelling is not a talent.” I really hope when he reads this paragraph, he thinks I mean another very good friend of mine. LOL, yes, you’re the one.
Perhaps, in literary phraseology it’s not but then there are people all over the world passionate about this.
Shall we say to them, “Hey, you folks passionate about travelling, take your passion and be gone. We won’t put travelling into this talent box.”
No, we shan’t do that.
We shall look for a broader perspective to accommodate all talents.
In actuality, we should do away with the talent box altogether and we should stop trying to box talent up whether boxing it up makes us sleep well at night or compresses our pillow during a nightmare.
Let’s take talent out of the box we’ve been trying to fit it into. To do that, first off, we have to locate where talent as a word came from.”