| | Just what I needed
Once again, Steve, you nailed it on the head. Really great. It reminds me of a church I used to go to in Baltimore. The minister, Swamiji Shankarananda, would meditate beforehand to be guided as to what the audience needed to to hear. I imagine you do something quite comparable.
I, too, sometimes have a hard time figuring out what I truly love to do and it makes me think that maybe I don't know the answer because I haven't done it, yet! I try to reflect on everything in my life, like my family, my current work, playing sports, exercising and look for the common ground, the underlying passion that keeps me positively committed to these things. I know I like getting stuff to work for people/problem solving. I love reading personal development books, too.
I know you have the article on "discover your purpose", but do you have something for "discover what you love"? Maybe I'll apply the lesson of the first to uncover the latter. I have The Journal software on trial right now so I'll go take advantage of that. I'll let you know what I discover.