It doesn't mean you won't feel pressured, annoyed, or fatigued at times. Sometimes doing what you love involves doing things you don't want to do, and that's okay. Because, in the end, the things you don't like strengthen you and bring you closer to the things you do like. It's a positive cycle that will help you grow as a person.
The thing is, if you don't like what you're doing, you can't do great things. You may get lucky and do something you love that also makes money, but most people don't. If you're in it for the money, you'll always be chasing your dream, which will never come close to fruition. Chasing dreams is wonderful when you're young and believe anything is possible, but as you grow older you need to focus on what's important in life and use your time and energy wisely.
Doing what you love allows you to use your skills and talents to their fullest potential, which brings us to the next question...
How can you tell if you're doing something you love? The best way to answer this question is by simply trying out different careers and seeing what feels right. As long as you feel excited every time you think about your job, then you're on the right track.
Of course, there are other factors involved as well.
It frequently (but not always) implies that you may love someone so passionately that you would "nearly" do everything they asked you to do for them... as long as it didn't put you in too much danger. It entails loving somebody beyond your feelings, emotions, and desires. Your heart.
In the song "I Love Your Heart" by Mariah Carey, she is talking about how much she loves her boyfriend. She uses this phrase repeatedly throughout the song.
It can also be used as a romantic way of saying "I love you." As in "I love your face, I love your eyes, I love your smile." etc.
Finally, it can also be used as a generic term of endearment for any person you are fond of.
For example: "I love my daughter, she is the light of my life." "I love my wife, she is beautiful on the inside as well as out." "I love my friends, they help me get through day-to-day life."
So, "I love your heart" could be interpreted as you liking something about someone or something you know them well.
Because you've beaten yourself up over doubts and bad self-talk, you're difficult to adore. You've always felt that you're not good enough for yourself, let alone for someone else. You are concerned about falling short of others' expectations. It's normal to feel this way; everyone feels this way at times.
The more you think about why you're not lovable, the less likely it is that you'll ever be able to love yourself. So start now by taking an honest look at your fears and insecurities. Don't wait for something bad to happen before you take action. Start loving yourself today by doing something kind for you.
Loving yourself doesn't mean that you should try to live up to some imaginary standard. It means only that you should do what's necessary to keep yourself healthy physically, mentally, and emotionally. If you want to love yourself, you must learn to accept yourself for who you are and stop trying so hard to be something you're not.
As long as you're waiting for something bad to happen before you act lovingly toward yourself, you won't be able to love yourself. The more you worry about why you aren't loved, the less likely it is that you'll ever be able to love yourself. So start now by taking action: buy yourself a gift, call someone you love, eat something delicious.