Could be anything. Something that you were max interested in 5 years ago, but definitely not anymore.
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professional footballer, I was offered a contract for my town football club which I accepted but I felt I wanted to achieve more by going to university to study architecture so after 3 years I quit my footballing career and decided to take an intellectual career. :)2
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Piano I guess, or perhaps just life.
I said piano because at that point (when I was 12), I was almost going to sit for my grade8 test, if I pass that one, I could sit for the diploma. I really loved playing the piano (cello too, but my love for cello will never die), but I don't know what happened to me, suddenly I just don't feel like playing it anymore. I did managed to pass the grade8 one somehow, but I never made it through the diploma. The passion for piano in me just slowly died down, I never touched the piano for few years. Looking back at it, the 12 y/o me and the 17 y/o me was a big difference regarding the piano. Now, I have no choice but to touch the piano again because I'm teaching it. But the passion isn't there, I dislike it, but I needed extra cash so yeah..
Life in the sense that, when I was 12, I thought life was amazing, you know, those kind of "full of hope" thingy? Like I was so sure about what the future holds for me. I was interested in life at that point, like the friends I could befriend and stuffs (I was an extrovert when I was young, turned into an introvert later on in life), learning new things got my interest. But now? Seriously, I don't even know why I had that kind of thinking in the first place. The world is the complete opposite of what I thought it were.2