Different students hobbies
There is an old English adage which goes like, All work and no play turns Jack into a dull boy. But after a person grows up to a certain age, play for him need not be some specific sport or a physical activity.
When people mean play, they refer to something that people would love to invest their time, energies, passion and intellect into, to achieve a skill which though would not give him any external incentives, will surely give him some deep sense of satisfaction and turn him into a more complete, more reflexive, more joyous and importantly, into a living being who loves living and enjoys all it's pleasures.
Hobbies can be of many types. But before dwelling into the deeper aspects of hobbies and the men pursuing them, it is important to understand what exactly are hobbies and what makes them so important and indispensable.
For instance, a person might pursue playing guitar as one of his hobbies. But for a lot of people out there in the world, playing a guitar might be his profession. Being a guitarist is his identity, his job.
So, what differs the both of them is an important question to ask. In the case of a hobbyist, the driving factor is passion and satisfaction. And very importantly, to be able to unwind when doing it.
When pursued as one of his hobbies, playing a guitar can soothe the nerves and calm the mind after a long, hard day at work. On the other hand, playing a guitar for a professional, is about a job where he faces ups and downs and external appreciation also becomes a very important part of the job. That is the core difference. About performing it for somebody else and doing it for yourself.
Pursuing a hobby lets people unravel and understand themselves more deeply. It has people finding a lot about themselves they otherwise would not have an opportunity to. So, for any person with any number of hobbies, it is important to do justice to all of them because they open up a new dimension of yourself.