Two more questions may answer the question:
What would I die for?
What do I live for?
“What am I living for? and What am I dying for? are the same question.” ~Margaret Atwood
“It is not enough to be industrious; so are the ants. What are you industrious about?” ~Henry David Thoreau
“The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but with insight one draws them out.” ~Proverbs 20:5
“It is not true that everyone is special. It is true that everyone was once special and still possesses the ability to recover it.” ~Criss Jami
“Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete. If you’re alive, it isn’t.” ~Lauren Bacall
Still chewing on it? Here’s a hack: What we would die for, what we live for, and even (perhaps especially) what we would kill for, are ultimately determined by what we love–really love, not pretend to love–more than anything else.
“The things that we love tell us what we are.”