Peter Buffett is a person who had found, and since then has been living, his life-calling. In this chapter he tells us a story of how he found his life calling: playing piano.
One thing he knew for sure is that:
Acknowledging and pursuing one life-calling is really, terribly, risky. We all know why.
Buffett also puts up questions we don't know the answers (yet):
Where does this strong life-calling come?
Is each and every one has their own life-calling?
Buffett defines life-calling as an interest we feel towards the right life for us; life that is truly ours. The process of finding it is very important, it takes all that it takes.
Have you found your life-calling?