Have you identified your true passion within? Napoleon Hill suggests it would be a good thing for us to define our dream and get a burning desire (passion) for its achievement. There are those who might think their dream consists in some form of materialistic item, maybe even in the accumulation of financial gain or success. Since some people choose to make such a choice, there are others who run in fear from the concept of living their life motivated by a dream and fuelled with passion.
The Apostle Paul had a definite chief aim and dream and was driven to fulfill it with great passion. In 1 Corinthians 9:16 he wrote, “Yet when I preach the gospel, I have no reason to boast, for I am compelled to preach. Woe to me if I do not declare the gospel!” Even when opposition arose against him, Acts 28:19 records this, “Because the Jews objected, I was compelled to appeal to Caesar–not that I had any accusation to bring against my own nation.”
It would be good if you considered connecting, or reconnecting with the authentic you within, the person and design God created you to be. When asked specifically what this would be like an acquaintance of mine responded, “It would mean I was happy, fulfilled and living with a sense of purpose.” Isn’t that an outcome you would want for your life? It will not happen unless you are willing to make a decision and then take the necessary action steps to make it your reality. There is no better time than today to do so. Let your dream and passion connect to being, rather than getting.