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Misconception on Passions and life Purposes (Misconception or not?)

There is a common misconception that to thrive in life, we must only do what we love or passionate about. While it is true that doing what we love can bring us joy and a sense of purpose, it is not always practical or feasible. In reality, there are many factors that contribute to success and fulfilment in life, and it is important to consider all of them.

Not everyone knows what they love or are passionate about. It may take time and experimentation to discover one's interests and strengths. Furthermore, even if one does know what they love, it may not always be possible to make a living from it.

There are many jobs and industries that may not be glamorous or exciting, but are essential to society and can provide stable, fulfilling careers. For example, healthcare workers, teachers, and civil servants may not be doing what they are most passionate about, but they are making significant contributions to their communities and have meaningful careers.

Focusing solely on one's passions can lead to burnout and a lack of work-life balance. It is important to have hobbies and interests outside of work, and to prioritize self-care and relationships. While it is important to pursue our passions and interests, it is not the only factor in achieving success and fulfilment in life. It is important to consider our strengths, practicality, and overall well-being when making career and life choices.



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