Allan Watts asks: What would you do if money was no object? How would you really enjoy spending your life?
Wow. That made me think too.
I will travel the world with my wife and I will read.
Good points. hmmm, but I think this brings up another question – Is doing what you enjoy/love necessarily that same as doing what you have a lot of “give a damn” for or what you’re good at? If not, what then?… I think a lot of folks are running into that issue.
My new favourite term, “it’s all retch and no vomit!”
Mmmm you got the name wrong… alan watts. :) thx for sharing!
This is great! I always see the question online, but having it spoken brings it much closer to the heart. Well – mine at least.
I think I would live in the mountains, travel often, ski all season during the winter, read good books with my dog, exercise for hours a day, constantly be trying new adventure/outdoor sports, come up with paleo recipes from scratch, and write…. And someday stop doing it all alone.
Huh. I think I suddenly have my recipe for success.
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Well put Allan. The evils of indecision harm many unknowingly. Excitement must be a big player in the game of life.
I love this video! It really tugs at the heart and makes you reconsider all that you’re doing at the moment. My only issue is that money IS a object of necessity, at least for me at the moment. Perhaps if I invest wisely enough, I’ll be able to live like this
This is a great reminder about taking stock of your life and priorities. I really appreciate your fresh take on this idea – thanks for sharing!
Thanks tina love this x
So right. If we are not doing what is enjoyable with our life…then what is the point? I’m re-evaluating everything right now. Thanks for the reminder of what really matters!
I think the question is slightly to vague. I think the question should be would would you do if money was no object… that has some form of production to it rather than purely consumption. Perhaps this addition is unnecessary because I think if one was really honest with themselves they would find that a purely consumptive means wasn’t actually what they wanted to do. Those who say they want to travel and read would probably tire of that quickly while giving nothing back to the world, except perhaps a brief period of individual happiness. It doesn’t have to be considered good, but everyone should create.
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