Live Life Now

Live Life Now

I was told time and time again to earn money and be financially stable first before doing what we love to do and before seeking the woman of my life. How are we certain when we will gain “enough” money, how are we certain when we will be financially stable, what defines being financially stable? If I were to talk about being filthy rich, not every single humans are “destined” to be a millionaire from their own accords.

The bigger question…

Will I be capable of chasing my passion if I were to be financially stable by aged 50 and above? Will I ever be financially stable? Or what if I die before I reach that said stability? Would I have regretted dying in the process of not being able live as who I am, for what I am? Think about it…

The future is uncertain…

I will never know what the future holds. Many of times I have made plans for the future, but circumstances always dictate it the other way. The future is filled with uncertainty, so as life is unpredictable. As such, I cannot ensure where my financial journey will take me and putting all energy into the unknown will deter me from living a life worth living. Without far-fetched planning, it is best to enjoy life while being in the process of working towards financial stability.

Money is not everything…

But things do not come for free, I needed money to make way and get things done. Yet, life is not all about the money. I need not be obsessed with money that it strays me off course from what is truly important to me; things that completes me are my passion, the longing for adventures and new experiences are the ones that will make me whole and wiser. A life of freedom and not being chained by digits, is what I believe is our essence of life.

Live life with no regrets…

To live wholly and die fulfilled, with a smile that can never go away, is the happy ending I yearned. Probably no one in their dying breath would thought “Oh, I wish I could find more money” instead of “Oh, I wish I have done that, been there when I was able.” No, that isn’t going to happen to me. I have vowed that I will ensure that I will not waste my living moments to die a miserable man, but to die with satisfaction from a fulfilling life.

Live the balance…

Living a fulfilling life is what I desired, which does not mean money is not important to me. Money is important to a certain extent, it is needed to contribute to an enriching life I desired. However, I believe one must not wholly neglect one thing for the other, as each complements one another. Living a life of balance is the perfect harmony; Strive for my goals and live out my passion while earning a financial stability in the process. Or better, earning from my passion…