When we talk of dedication, this means on the one hand a total wholehearted commitment, for example when you show "dedication to work ", on the other hand we mean a great enthusiasm in which we " do something with great/dedication ". Both I was able to discover among Nepali people.
Even the most laborious work, detailed artistry, most interminable processes were not an obstacle. On an infirm bamboo ladder an old man cleans this huge prayer stone and frees it from carnage only by hand. Without additional protection, all alone and without extra cleaning device, he spends hours fulfilling his task, inch for inch.
What a patience work. He's busy for weeks. You have to really love your work to do this... you have to dedicate yourself!
How many people do you know who really dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to their work? That would be all people who show full devotion because they love what they do, fully and completely, and give themselves away only to do this. People who work not only in a profession because they have to work, but to work out of vocation...
In my coaching, consulting and seminars, I always meet people who have lost their real sense and dedication to their task. This can have a variety of reasons and is not reprehensible. It's just a real pity. Wouldn't it be much nicer to do something with dedication instead of duty?
Maybe you ask yourself very honest and quietly: What do you want to dedicate yourself to? What's your real vocation??