For lack of a better way to start, I'm a very passionate person, and if you talk with me you will notice a few things. One is that I care very much about living ethically, and big questions to me, things like career choices and where I might like to settle down, have a lot to do with that. So okay, I care about ethics, but then apparently I also make an effort to read literature and listen to classical music and go see Broadway shows about love working out or love not working out. And yes, I'm passionate about these things, and I'm passionate about the patterns that give rise to complex systems and add livelihood to cities like it's nobody's business.
Health is obviously extremely important to me. I run and exercise a lot and do gym yoga (as opposed to raja yoga, for instance... yeah). I meditated every day for about 2 years although I'm not practicing that now. And this makes sense, because you can't really pursue ethics or beauty without being healthy first.
That leaves connections. I need to be around people I like a lot and who I want to pursue this thing called life with and who I want to succeed at it in some shared way, and it's my friends who I can build my stories and my passions from. So, you wanted a self summary, there you have it: ethics for how to live, beauty for why to live, health to make sure to live, and connections because how else would you live.
Of course sometimes I do random slightly neurotic things like try mapping out all of my interests and tracking which I'm pursuing each day. I now call that boredom. Sometimes it's useful, but most of the time a good TV show takes care of that.