How many of you have said, I wish I can do what I want to do, when I want to.
Remember the old axiom, "Be careful what you wish for, cos you just might get it". And when you DO get it, you might end up realizing you don't want it.
So what ARE you going to do, when it's all said and done? Travel? Charity? And then what?
Loads of us want to get out of the rat race. Make enough money, retire young. Don't bother with the grind of every day life any more.
But retiring is a scary thought, because you are left with a void. After you retire, you are going to be faced with the BIG QUESTION.
What are you suppose to do with your life? What is your purpose, your calling?
When faced with a question like that, let's see what happens.
Go to any old folks' home, and you'll see folks who have money, and the time, but don't know what to do with either. They are waiting to die.
Look at the spoilt rich kids who don't have to work for money. They get into sex, drugs and depression, even though they have nothing to be depressed about.
What about the people who strike lottery? Most of them self-destruct.
That is the burden that money gives to a person.
Money gives freedom. and freedom, comes at a price. The price is self-awareness, and purpose. Don't pay the price, and YOU will chain yourself down without anyone else going at it.
What would you do if someone gave you a million dollars, my friend? Would you take it, and face up to the really big questions?