Living Your Passion
I can remember when I first developed a love for writing. I actually never considered it to be such until I noticed that if I hadn't written anything, my day felt sort of obscure. I could've literally performed a thousand task but if my hands hadn't produced any legible words, I felt as though my day had been meaningless. And that is how I would define passion.
Possessing a passion for something totally engulfs your attention. You think about it when you wakeup and it's often the last thing that flutters through your mind before you go to sleep at night. It'll make you feel rich when you engulf yourself into it and poor when you neglect it. It can be both exhilarating and exhausting.
What is your passion? What keeps you up late at night and won't let you rest? Whatever that may be, I would advise you to never let it go hungry. I cherish my passion because it's what fuels me. I learn from it daily. It has taught me how to listen, how to feel, and how to express myself without regard of how others may interpret it. When you find yourself neglecting your gifts, you'll find yourself fruitless. So do yourself a favor, and DON'T!