The only way to assuredly find the job you love, is to figure out what you enjoy the most, and figure out how to make a business out of it.
I use to own a pet sitting business. This means visiting other people's houses while they are away, caring for their pets and sometimes doing a few small chores around the house. I'd rarely be at a house longer than an hour.
I made a considerable amount more per hour than I do at my actual job, which also pays pretty well considering I have no formal education. That sort of business takes on average 3 years before one can do it full time, but it's worth the effort.
I won't get into why I no longer have the business since it doesn't pertain to the topic - the important message here is - you just have to create the job yourself.
Now, I fully disagree with these people saying you can't love a job, or working for another. I've known many people who have done just that...and they weren't all glamorous jobs either.
As a matter of fact, one of my first jobs was a pizza delivery driver. Didn't make enough to build a nest egg by any means - and it's nothing to aspire to be. However, I really did love that job. To this day I've even thought about doing it part time because I loved it so much. I just enjoyed driving around town, listening to music, getting paid...and anticipating the amount of my next tip. Seems silly, but it's true.
That said, I can't help with *how* to find this job that you love, since it will vary from person to person. All I can say is...keep trying.