Originally Posted by Illustro Cado
False dichotomy, but you hit upon someone that would surely be unfulfilling-someone who acts wholly to gain with no regard for anything else is surely half a man, doomed to wonder how he squandered his life in the end.
Now if he seeks to improve himself and pursue that which impassions him the result is quite different-even if he has little regard for the world at large. "The path with a heart" is personal and only you can determine what it means.
My interpretation is just one of any number of possible ones. But, I think there is a difference between having a heart and being passionate about something.
Here is an example of where a path may be passionate but have no heart.
I decide to embark on a path to get super fit. I am very passionate about it and I put all my time and effort into it, to the degree that I have no time for anyone else. My partner and kids hardly see me any more, because I'm in the gym all the time. Now, to me, that is a path with passion but without a heart.