My first reaction to this Venn diagram was, "I have no idea! I haven't found it yet." The more I thought about it, I realized that candle making fits this diagram for me (a little light on 'the world needs it'). I also realize that my lovely waitress job also fits this diagram for me (a little light on 'I love it'). But they are both, in fact, a fit. All along I have been fulfilling my purpose for that point in time.
Here I am at another turning point. I have been dabbling in accounting and studying biochemistry; both of which could potentially fit Kim's Purpose Diagram. In the quiet time I have been blessed with, the most important decision I have made is that My Purpose is not limited to one career from now until retirement. And I am not late! The idea that I must choose one career is mind programming I have learned from somewhere in society. "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Although I secretly envy those that can make that decision and stick with it, I also know that I don't fit that mold. That concept is too monotonous for me. I can honestly say that from the time I was primed in the work force, I have always been fulfilling my purpose according to this eye-opening diagram. And it has always been for the reason of growth for the future. Will I be choosing one career to focus on? Probably not. I don't want to grow up! I would rather always trust my heart to offer what I am good at to the world and hopefully get paid for it.
Only by the Grace of God will I hold the serenity to hear my heart, the wisdom to practice, the courage to offer it to the world and the clarity to see the doors when they open.