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Life was simple when we were kids, don't you agree? Our hearts
crystal clean and our minds not tuned to the frequency of certain
worldly standards, which we are supposed to fulfil. Don't your
Life was simple when we were kids, don't you agree? Our hearts crystal clean and our minds not tuned to the frequency of certain worldly standards, which we are supposed to fulfil. Don't your shoulders feel heavy by all of them? Mine sure does.
As kids, we used to go to the playground and started playing whatever we felt like. We didn't think about how would playing cricket benefit us over playing soccer. And well some of us merely liked to follow and catch bugs which we did wholeheartedly. We just went with our hearts and really enjoyed ourselves while doing so.
But then we grow up. And our mind starts to get unrealistic norms about what we should be doing . This messes up all our plans and ideas and we are left with the question of "What am I doing with my life?". We feel the need to go out and look for our passion and then try to stay happy following it.
But if you have to look for it, it's not your passion. Passion is something you know for sure and can commit to without any second thoughts. We already know our passion, but we just keep ignoring it. The problem, I think, is not passion. It's perception. Due to our vague imagination about the world we keep ignoring what we really like. We prioritize other futile things like, "what would my parents say if I do that?" or "I really like that job but will it pay enough?" over what we actually feel like doing. And that's the real problem, not lack of passion.
A child never goes to a playground and says "how do I find fun?".
It would be much easier if we just accept that we have been ignorant for long and we need to change that. If we have to go and find something that we would enjoy, we are not going to enjoy anything. It's not your passion you need to find, but the will to follow it.