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enthusiasm (s) (noun), enthusiasms (pl)
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enthusiasm (s) (noun), enthusiasms (pl)
1. Passionate interest in or eagerness to do something.
2. Something that arouses a consuming interest.
3. Etymology: from Greek enthousiasmos, from enthousiazein "be inspired", from entheos, "inspired, possessed by a god", from en- "in" + theos, "god"; also, “possession by (a) god”, formed from enthous, "inspired"; literally "with (a) god in"; divine inspiration.
A man's enthusiasm is shown as being inspired by an angel or messenger of God.

A man with a passion gets his inspiration from God through an angel who is providing the writer with divine inspiration.

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(Latin: to rage, to be mad [insane with anger]; sometimes, general enthusiasm, passion)
(Greek: a specific mental disorder or obsessive preoccupation with something; madness, frenzy; obsession, or abnormal desire for or with something or someone; also, an excessive enthusiasm or fondness for something that is not safe or advantageous)