Your passion is like the person who finally shows you how you should be treated and how you should be loved after being with so many people who broke your heart and took you for granted.
Finding Your Passion
You value the relationships that you do have, instead of focusing on the ones you don’t.
The inflow of cash in a non-fulfilling job feels good with the first few shiny new paychecks, but then the human part of us begins to wonder whether we are turning into machines. It begins to seek deeper meaning, an emotional and spiritual connection that materialism alone isn’t able to satisfy.
It’s okay to change course, to reconfigure where you want to go in life.
So, love somebody until you love them. Do a job until you don’t love it. Quit shit. Start shit. Walk away. Go find what gives you relentless joy, and if that thing changes — go find what else does.
Inspiring, successful friends, mentors, lovers and people in your life are valuable because they draw out and show you were the itch is — but nothing will be as satisfying as you doing your thing, ever.
Embrace the truth. You suck at plenty of things. Nonetheless, the good thing is that you are allowed to do that. You are allowed to suck in some things. You cannot be a great expert in truly everything.
The truth here is being at mid-20’s could definitely be amazing and terrifying at the same time.