Lifestyle should make money?

Probably, you have noticed that sometimes I write my thoughts on various topics of concern to the Lifestyle topic under my heading, since not only traveling takes my mind. This post is no exception. :) One of the last questions that bother me isit is connected with whether it is possible to set money earning as the primary goal in life and how right it is, and whether money really gives freedom, or, on the contrary, creates attachment

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Earn or not?

With the advent of this blog, new ones have appearedquestions in life. I have always believed that one of the most important goals in life is to find one’s business and immerse oneself in it. This is the self-realization of man in professional terms.

And, if this is really a favorite thing, then moneyin any case will appear sooner or later. Thus, in the first place is the search for real interest and improvement in it, and not attempts to profitably sell / resell or choose the most paid profession in our time.

There is a reverse scheme when most of the timepaid to unloved, but profitable work, and only evenings and weekends can be spent on those things that bring joy and satisfaction. Actually, it was my option before being fired. But now I can hardly imagine for myself how much of the day (and there it can be life) just to make money, some very mercantile meaning of life is obtained, which is not suitable for a reasonable person.

Let us leave the situation when the money was needed urgently for treatment, take the usual very option - as a rule, everything is spent on daily comfort in the form of things around us.

Lifestyle should make money?

Lifestyle should make money?

Lifestyle should make money?

Agree that the ideal option - the combinationrealizing yourself and earning enough, or in other words, when your favorite activity starts to bring as much as you need. You just live, do your job every day, and get paid for it.

Yes, of course, you need to overcome periodicdifficulties, to learn something, but it is known for what you do it and in the end it is also a joy. Although I once thought that from my favorite business I should “shove every second”, as I was naive :)

But what if years go by and the balanceimplementation / money does not come? It is very interesting how different people act in this case. After all, this can happen for various reasons, starting from the fact that this profession is not paid sufficiently in this country / city / world, ending with the fact that it is simply not enough abilities and talents by nature.

Although stories about how artists became famous after death or only because of their impresario, evoke thoughts about the imperfection of this world. I want the same in life.

Money has ceased to be a measure

The imperfection of this world is thatmoney alone is no longer a measure of anything. The same work costs differently, depending on the geographical location, supply and demand, brand, but not from the labor itself. That is, it is now more profitable to expend efforts on taking into account these very factors, and not on improving the quality of a product or service, since millions of schools in sales and marketing are now in the good.

For me, at one time it became unpleasantdiscovery. I realized that a person with a low-paid profession would simply be forced to go to the country / city where it is paid with dignity, or drag a miserable existence at home. Either, as an option, to additionally earn extra money for the sake of money, or even re-qualify in general. Right? It seems to me that no. In fact, the system makes people earn money, not work.

On the other hand, we get what we deserve- and those conditions of the system, and the very prevailing society living in it. I tend to believe that nothing happens just like that and we ourselves attract all situations to ourselves. Despite the apparent injustice, it is difficult to talk about its complete objectivity. That is, facts are facts, but all this did not happen in 5 minutes and not without our participation.

Real freedom or illusion?

When thinking about this topic, there is noa less interesting question about the illusiveness of the freedom that money provides. At first glance, indeed, you can do a lot with a lot of money - and fly anywhere, and buy what you want. But, if you look deeper, it turns out that a person binds himself and teaches him to such things, without which the meaning of life is lost for him.

After all, once accustomed to comfort, then you needwill constantly spend efforts to maintain it. Does the way of increasing one’s possibilities (read money) give freedom with a constant increase in needs? Who is freer, the one who needs a business class anyway, otherwise the trip will not take place, or the one who feels quite comfortable in the economy? A monk who processes beets in the garden or a top manager in a luxury car?

So far, the answer I have is one: that money only gives an illusion, and freedom depends on a particular person, regardless of whether he is a monk or a top manager.

It seems to me that it is impossible without developing yourof the inner world to become truly free and understand where that same balance between your needs and capabilities, and the line between freedom and illusion, given that the financial situation can deteriorate in an instant, and no one can select the inner world.

P.S. I will be glad if you share your thoughts on this matter. No clear picture in my head does not add up ..

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