And so we can start seeing life that way - a kind of a circle for squirrels to run or a bucket with lots of crabs preparing to be cooked.
And yet, important things and help tend to find us despite of all these challenges (or perhaps because of them) in the form of a thoughtful spouse, a caring friend or simply someone who has come out from this bucket.
When you remember your passion, you start to see a true purpose and meaning of your life. Here's what's fascinating: after you re-discover your passion and when you look around, you start to see people who also are in this journey and who need your help.
Then you help them. The more you help them, the more you grow, the stronger your passion will become and the happier you be.
Happiness comes from your passion combined with purpose and helping others.