Don’t be indecisive. Don’t be in the middle. Either be a caveman, put leaves below your belly and go to the jungle. Live in a small hut and enjoy the nature. Or make enough of money so that you can afford to go to jungle and live beside a lake in a fully furnished chalet and still enjoy the nature. Being in the middle means working whole life to make both ends meet. It means since you wake up till you go to bed you are not living but working so that you can live. Life is hard when there isn’t enough money.
What is enough ?
We all know time=money. So whatever time we have in hand we put all of it in making money thinking more time we spend more money we will make. In this process we have lot of money but we do not have enough time. This leads us to unhealthy lifestyle, stress, frustration and emptiness. The concept of time = money is misinterpreted. Actually the truth is time = richness(not money). The person who has more time is richer than the person who doesn’t have time even if he has millions in his bank account. Now the “enough” means you have enough time to spend with your friends and family, enough time to travel your favorite places ,enough time to follow your passion. That is what title of this post says “Money is not important, until there’s not enough.”
The first condition for getting what you want is to know what you want. Define your “enough”. Don’t go behind money like madman. Once you know how much you want then it is easy to go behind it. Never settle for less. But do not forget why are you behind money. Your main purpose is not to make money but to enjoy your time while you are here.
Once you know that time is richness and how much money is enough your goal is clear. Now make your mind up to make enough money with less time. Believe in your goal. Believe that it is possible. Your strong belief can make your potential unleash. I again insist don’t settle for less. But be clear and know what is enough.
“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but it is more useful than a life spent doing nothing.”- George Bernard Shaw