Absolutely! In my opinion, if you have a passion for anything, you owe it to yourself to at least try it out. There are a lot of requirements for becoming a professional pilot, but try not to get too bogged down by that right now. I would recommend you start with these two steps:
1. Look into taking a discovery flight at your local airport. See if you can find a flight school nearby and give them a call. Tell them you are interested in becoming a pilot and you want to take an introductory (discovery) flight with one of their instructors in order to see what it is like. Most introductory flights like this will give you a good introduction into the different aspects of flying from the pilot's perspective. They will likely let you control the airplane in flight and may let you take off if you are comfortable. They will not let you land, but that's ok for now.
2. Look into getting a first class medical certificate from an faa medical examiner (Assuming you are from the US. I'm not sure what the medical regulations look like outside of the FAA's jurisdiction)
- This will let you know whether or not you meet the basic health requirements to become a pilot.
If you enjoy flying and you are able to meet the basic requirements, then the next steps would be to obtain a Student Pilot Certificate and begin training for your Private Pilot Certification. During this process you will have plenty of time to decide if a career in aviation is right for you. For now, you should definitely follow your passion or you will likely regret it in the future.