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I think all these things like do what you like, do only that thing which you are passionate about are just bookish and not at all applicable to real life. There is a rare chance that you will get a job in a field which you are interested in. Let me give an example. I am really interested in cricket and I am a quite decent player. I belong to a middle class family. Now if I think of becoming a cricketer, the odds of that happening are extremely rare. Passion is an overrated word. Money is a very important factor and it must be considered while taking any job. There is a saying that " one for the kitchen and one for the soul". One should base his/her life on this. Firstly, one should get a decent paying job for himself/herself that is one for your kitchen and using that money one can work on any other interest he/she have that is one for your soul. Say, you are interested in dancing and are really good in it. Now, if you try to pursue dancer as a career, there is a lot of struggle and even then you can't be sure that you will succeed. So first of all get a good paying job, get settled on your own so that there is no pressure from family as well. Then using your money learn to dance better. In the meantime, give auditions at various places, who knows you might succeed and even if you don't, what is the problem. You are well settled and side by side are even working on your interest. Believe me, passion is overrated. If your job and passion is the same, you are among the lucky few. Generally, it won't be the case. So don't get diverted by these bookish stuff and follow the practical advice mentioned above.
Don't sweat the small stuff and it's all small stuff.