Desire in action: “The Wannas”

To long to or to wish is the definition of desire this however is not enough to manifest our personal theme and mission something more is required. What is required is what I call the “wannas”. The definition or the characteristic of wannas is a strong desire put into action. To illustrate this point permit me to use a few strong negative images. When a drug addict wants or needs a fix he or she has the wannas. He or she will do what ever is needed to get their next shot of heroin. When someone is hungry and without a job and they have not eaten in days an individual may eat scrapes found in a garbage can. These individuals will do what is necessary to satisfy their burning desire. There are women without an education or illegal immigrates who sell themselves into prostitution in order to earn money for the basic necessities of life. All these individuals understand the concept of wanna.

These are negative antisocial examples of wanna but they illustrate the point easily. Desire is not enough just as faith without works is dead so is it with desire. If Thomas Edison did not posses a case of the wannas he would not have invented the light bulb. All the great men and women in human history have had a case of the wannas.

I know a woman that has the wannas. She wants to purchase her own home and she wants to do it with cash. Everything she does is toward that goal. I have met other individuals who have had the wannas and each of them have accomplished their goal. I knew a teenager who wanted to buy a new car when he turned seventeen. He went to work and saved his money and when he started to drive he bought a new car. Unless we put our desires to action all we have is wishful thinking.

In order for our theme and mission to become a reality and not just wishful thinking we must put all our energy into converting the abstract into a physical reality. Our mission will remain in the abstract world of imagination (wishful thinking) until we have a burning passion of want (“there you go”). When our passion for wanting becomes so strong that it moves us to action we now have the wannas. Desire must be put into action. Desire in action is the wannas.

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