It’s okay if you haven’t found it yet.
It’s okay if you haven’t figured out what to do with your life.
There are so many places and activities that it is almost impossible to try everything.
How could we know which one will be our passion?
What if we never got the chance to try the thing that gives us the most passion in life — the thing that doesn’t feel like work?
What if circumstance prevents us from finding it?
You don’t need to try everything to find your passion.
You already know what it is.
Your passion was discovered as a child, and you have been laying the foundation for it since — consciously or not.
You probably just forgot, thought it wasn’t possible or was too hard, that your parents wouldn’t like it, or it wouldn’t make the money you thought you’d need.
Most likely, you pushed it back a little, then a little more, and then a little further back until you couldn’t see it at all.
When you rediscover that younger you that clasps your passion tightly in its hands, there will be tears.
Tears of joy for time lost and found.
Now — run with it.