When it comes when parents, teachers, university lecturers and elderly people ask you the question of "What's your passion?" or "What are you passionate about?" when it comes to your academics, education, your career field or your dream job, if I were to be completely honest and real, even though some people could disagree with this, to some sense it's a good question to ask, but from the way I see it, on a majority sense, it's a bit of a silly and irrelevant question to ask based on the fact that with a lot of the jobs, career and areas of education, there's nothing necessarily great about it that can make you necessarily passionate about it. That's part of the reason of why I personally think some people focus more on the money side of a job or career more rather than the content of it itself due to the fact that they realize that there is nothing great about it that can make passionate about it. It's more of a case of where it's a case of it's a job that involves a skill or talent that you're very good at doing or a job that has a high salary income in which is something that a lot of people do when it comes to choosing job or career they want. Now, don't get me wrong, their are exception jobs that are capable of being done for passion, more in particular that involve the purpose of you having an impact on people's lives such as being a lawyer, doctor, politician, surgeon, nurse, care-worker or a soldier in the army or military, a lot of the jobs out there in the world today and a lot of the courses and degrees that colleges and universities offer are based on the skills that people are good at and people enjoy doing, not necessarily being passionate about it and the deal is that there's a difference between enjoying something and being passionate about something. You can enjoy something but not necessarily to the extent of where you become passionate about it.