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The best way to find your passion. 

Hello to the amazing person reading this today. Quick question.   Do you know what is your passion?  I’ve asked myself this question for a few years now.  I would  log my little happy 😄 go lucky self on ,  Facebook,  Instagram and  Pinterest looking at all of these people with businesses and thousands of  followers,  thinking to myself that my life was boring and not successful because it didn’t measure up to these people.  //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js
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google_ad_client: “ca-pub-8740277263380755”, would log  off of these social media sites feeling depleted and depressed questioning my passions or a lack thereof. I started going to websites to take personality tests to find my passion,  paying for self-help seminars and buying book after book on finding my  passion.  Don’t get me wrong,  these resources are really good avenues to seek.  After years of beating myself up about not making money doing something im passionate about because I couldn’t figure it out,  I started asking myself this question.  What if my passion was as simple as being the best mom I can be?  There are a lot of popular and rich women on social media and some are horrible moms.  What if my passion was to keep my house clean,  neat and in order?  Who wouldn’t take pride in a clean house?   What if my passion was the joy that I feel from gift giving?  What if my passion was to listen and give advice to people so they can figure out where their hurt and pain stems from in life?  Its a lot of hurt people in this world.  What if i was passionate about taking photographs of  the things I consider to be beautiful and writing about my feelings and experiences?  What if my passion was to be the best wife I can be?  I mean,  haven’t you  seen divorce rates these day?  So, Who says I have to make money or be popular with my passions to be valuable in life?  Well,  I enjoy doing these things.  I’m extremely passionate about these things and I don’t make one single coin from it.   Its like I was dealing with social media peer pressure.  Like Trying to fit in with those popular highschool girls that other girls looked up to.  My point is to look within yourself and do the things that you value the most.  It doesn’t matter how simple it may be.  It doesn’t matter if you’re not making money from it.  It doesn’t matter if you’re not becoming popular from it.  Stop judging yourself by other people standards.  Make your own standards and live by them.  I say to you and myself that we are great,  passionate and valuable to ourselves and to the people who are touched by us in a positive way because of our simple yet powerful passions.  I hope 🙏 this makes you feel better and make you look at this whole finding your passion thing in a different yet positive way.  Remember,  you are great!  Right here,  Right now!