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Some reasons I don’t think I’d like to spend my money on large homes, fancy cars or copious material goods… Unless of course I have the opportunity to live in an Irish castle someday.
- I don’t want to spend all my time and efforts creating an environment I never want to leave. I love to see, go and travel too much to invest so much in the four walls where I could merely sleep and eat.
- I don’t want to invest copious amounts of money into something that will only feel big and empty and where recesses are there not touched by light, laughter and music. And should I need room to breathe, I should not look to a larger cage, but a natural expanse of space. Should I desire to fulfill my senses, I can take to the mountains, the forests, the waterfalls.
- Investing in large homes, fancy cars and diamond rings sometimes gives one a false sense of security. Feeling safe in a world of man-made objects should never be the goal. Rather, one must test ones comfort zone. You must allow the world outside your door to become not a puddle you dip your toe in but rather an ocean in which you plunge into with reckless abandonment.
- Having a modest home will remind me of who I am and where I am bound. To have the things we need, with these we shall be content. But to be rich in travel, experiences that take our breaths away, people who change us for good, learning to give of what we’ve been given and hope of a future, with these my life will be abundantly full and blessed.
truly thoughtful Tuesday- have one 🙂