Was having an interesting convo with Winnie in the car today about careers and futures and whatnot. We inevitably started talking about what our "ideal job" would be. I think the job/career I have now I am relatively competent at, but is it my ideal job? I mean, it fits me and who I am for the most part, but I started thinking about how envious I am of people who have jobs that they are really passionate about.
Then, of course, I started thinking about not just passion in jobs but in life itself. I'm sad to say that I don't know what I'm passionate about; if I even have any true passions. I've always been a bit of a "dabbler", enjoying lots of aspects life brings. But anywho, even if I did have a real big passion, could it necessarily translate into a living with a real income and the other intangibles that can provide a good life?
Here, in no order of importance, are some of the things I can think of being passionate about:
-loving and being loved
Seriously. Nothing there that can lead to, you know, money or anything.
Anywho, life is a journey, right? And that I shouldn't be envious of other people and should instead concentrate on what I have? Hate to lose that focus even though lots of times I feel things are incomplete
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