So you are really good at something. Not professional, do not exactly hold a Nobel Prize for it but you are so very passionate about it. You want to become better, you are constantly (or perhaps not constantly, but you would love to be more consistent) improving your skill, feeding your love for the subject. Why then would you ever compare your passion with someone else's? Why try being someone else and living someone else's life if your own just sits there waiting for you? Do you understand that the number of people truly, and I mean TRULY passionate about something is extremely small? Do you realise that 8 out of 10 of those you see are doing what they do because their friends are doing it. Their parents are doing it. It is trendy now, and thats why they are doing it. Do you know why?
Because owning your shit is hard.
Because it takes some real balls to truly know your strengths and weaknesses, to truly go after something that you and only you desire. To stop questioning the 'correctness' of your decisions, to stop comparing your chapter one to someone else's chapter six. To push to be a better person. No one is just 'born with it'. You have to get there, and it is a conscious process, a continious jorney ahead.