Amidst the responses here and in my inbox from people who knew what they loved and wanted, were some who didn’t.
Something that scared you into hiding your dreams deep inside, safe from the world, from anyone who might crush them before they’ve had a chance to come true. A major reason you can get stuck answering this question is thinking that you need to have one answer for this.
Your passions are very personal and unique to you, even if others share the same passions cos how you interpret them and bring them into your life is something only you can do. Oh and your dreams, your desires are 10000% valid JUST because you have them. You do NOT have to defend them to anyone, or feel guilty about wanting what you want, k? Eg: A time I felt really alive was when I was in Delhi with my friends and we all jumped into a car in the middle of the night and drove into the city to get ice-cream at India Gate. From this I get that I am passionate about fun, community and connection and any work that I do has to have these elements in them for me to feel truly alive and living my dream. I’m also really happy when I am sipping hot chocolate and reading a book by the window as it rains and thunders outside. If you wanted to be a singer or teacher but didn’t have the voice or lost the passion for it, don’t give up hope!
Together, these 2 are what determine how you live your life, respond, react, communicate, think and act. After all, this is your life – you get to live it your way and that includes deciding what values you want to prioritise. The things you want to do today that scare you – if you never did them, would you regret them in 10 years? It’s not too late to start living the life you want, not the life you think you should have. Anything creative, especially if I’m part of a creative team, working on a larger multimedia entertainment project (movie, game, etc). Tell them your dream, the obstacles surrounding it and let them throw out ideas and solutions, no matter how improbable they seem. This will get you thinking about different ways to bring the two together with an open mind while having tons of fun. It sounds like a cliche because so many other people seem to say the same thing, but my passion is writing.

I reckon it’s cos we ALL have a story to tell, and writing is the easiest (not always though, ha!) form of self expression.
Not just if you try your hardest, but if you allow yourself to be guided by your muse and be lit up by your passion for expression and just … write whatever needs and wants to be written. Well my favorite genres of music would have to be country and softer rock and of course you can listen to some of my music.
Maybe you won’t be a rockstar but you can still have singing in your life in other ways. You may not have realised it but everything you do in life has to do with your values and belief systems. Start here with this list of values by Steve Pavlina and write down the ones that speak to you.
If everything you say and do is based on your values and beliefs, wouldn’t YOU rather be in charge of creating empowering ones instead of subconsciously being run by them?
If you kept doing what you’re doing today, believing what you believe today, would you be happy where you end up? Didn’t want to clutter up your comments, but since you asked, I’d be delighted to! I’d maybe travel more, to see and be with more of my friends, which are currently scattered all over the country and world.
It’s never cluttering, it might just inspire someone else to do theirs We learn by example and it can be life changing to answer these questions.
I used to try and write stories or songs, and end up feeling disappointed with the results. I too have a deep seated desire to write BUT a fear that what I write won’t be good enough!
I have been stumbling through life wondering what the hell I should do for the last 15 years or so, since I gave up on all the things I loved to do because I was told that I should be doing this or that.
I am also trying to find what my passion is…and i come to meet music on the path of this quest. If everyone would pursue their dreams without asking people , especially family members, “What do you think about (fill in the blank)? Yes, you may face obstacles along the way, but you can ‘easily’ get around them with the right attitude.

It was so spontaneous and fun, we laughed ALL the way, sang songs in the car and ribbed each other. I am very grateful to have come across this article today as well as your responses to the life questions. How about a brainstorming session – get some friends together for an hour or so, let them bring their ideas, you bring the cupcakes.
I am always saying that I think one of the worst emotions we can experience in life is the feeling of regret. Think of the Wright brothers – if they had worried about that, who knows how much longer it would have taken us to fly! Frankly, I hate my job – BUT I’m in the process of going to school to change what I do! Since becoming a mum I’ve finally started to feel passionate about stuff again, but now I just want to do everything! I still find ways to indulge my creative muscle, but I am determined to revisit my original passion sooner rather than later. I’ve started numerous blogs over the years, and I spend an awful lot of time reading the writing of others in books, newspaper columns and blogs. I am so excited you mentioned her – NO ONE I know in Canada has heard of her and she was such a huge part of my life growing up.
I almost feel selfish and foolish for daring to dream of something bigger and better for myself.
The importance of following your dreams, living with unconditional love, relationships, personal growth, the meaning of life, doing what you’re passionate about, etc.
Sub-passions of mine would have to be music, business, writing, tennis, family & traveling.

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