Day 69: Luxurious Fantasies

A Bentley Mulsanne, a gigantic three-storey eleven bedroom home with a pool and a tennis court, a great office job, and a bank account fatter than Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates’ combined – this was my dream and I thought it will be perfect. Thinking it over, it will never be perfect. I came to realize after several treks, several conversations with people around me and people in different walks of life, there are a lot of things that money could not buy. And it’s true. Happiness cannot be bought.

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Enjoying my time. Enjoying my life! At the Taoist Temple.

I had a lot of plans when I was still studying in college: 1) Corporate Life 2) Earn Billions and 3) Family. Now, I suppose I only want the third. 1 and 2 are actually my greedy thoughts and over the top propositions. I mean, I always wanted to be in the corporate world but I guess I would rather be outside the office and see the amazing world than plant myself there for 8 to 12 grueling hours. Funny how things are really not according to plan at all. 8)

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  1. I love this post! We really thought life is all about making money, but I think, it’s all about being happy and contented.

  2. Yes it is. 🙂 Money cannot be brought with you in the grave when you die. 😀

  3. I share the same sentiment Reg! 😀

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