Eagerness It is a concept that can be used in different ways. According to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ), the term could come from sneak , a verb that can allude to devote himself to work, to perform an activity with effort or to steal.
The eagerness, therefore, can be a hard work , he fatigue that derives from some action or a I long or aspiration . For example: "I apologize, I did it without bothering to bother you", "Investigators believe the killer acted with revenge", “I worked hard for fifteen years to buy this house”.
It is a word not widely used in everyday speech, but rather present in the written language. In the first example, perhaps the noun is more common intention ("I did it with no intention of bothering you"), although it may be even more normal to say "I did not want to bother you".
The second, on the other hand, can be part of a police report or a newspaper article, for which the use of a more formal vocabulary is expected; if, instead, it was part of a conversation, maybe they would say "the murderer wanted to get revenge". We see that in both cases the term eagerness describes a objective that the subject wants achieve; similarly, the person who worked eagerly he tried hard because wanted to Buy a house with all your desire.
Suppose a young man who suffers a railway accident lose a leg . After a first recovery period, the boy intends to recover his habitual life. That is why he strives to learn to walk on crutches and learns to drive using only one leg. It also begins to collaborate with a NGO that assists disabled people to tell their experience and help others recover. Given all these situations, it can be said that the young man has shown his "Eagerness for recovery": that is, his desire not to be defeated by adversities and to continue progressing despite physical limitations.
A political leader, on the other hand, can be criticized for his "Desire for wealth". In this case, the politician in question is considered It has no vocation , since it does not intend to contribute to the development of its community but, on the contrary, seeks to enrich itself. Like this person I would use political activity just to make money.
If we focus on the meaning of the term eagerness that defines it as a very deep aspiration or desire to achieve a goal , we can say that it is often the desire to get our purpose what moves us, although sometimes it leads us astray. For example, it is common that in the eagerness to help someone we end up worsening their situation, simply by not having developed a consistent plan or by not asking if they really needed us.
Fatherhood is one of the most difficult and delicate tasks of our kind, and it is not uncommon for children to reproach their parents for not having done things well, even when they work with good will. We can say, therefore, that very often parents are wrong in the desire to guide their children , and get them to turn against you and do exactly the opposite of your wishes .
According to some sources, it is possible to use the expression profit motive as a synonym for profit motive, profit or lucrative, which are defined as the desire to receive an economic gain, an advantage or a profit through a commercial activity or an undertaking, among other possibilities. On the other hand, there are those who assure that the term eagerness adds an extra weight or intensity, with which this expression speaks of an attitude more focused on the benefits than the others.