Wake up. Dress up. Breakfast. Work. Lunch. Work. Home. Dinner. Family. Sleep.
And that’s how the day goes, Monday through Friday. The routine changes a little over the weekends when there is no work, but the gap is filled up by other activities.
Years have passed like this. And years will pass like this.
We work to earn money, and that money is spent on life, which is spent in earning money.
Things you own end up owning you.
60 years spent in this cycle seems like a long time, but it’s not. It passes in a blink. You are so stuck in the routine that you don’t feel how much time has passed. You don’t realize you are getting old, fat, ugly, tired, weak. You can’t stop it from happening.
So what should be done to make a difference? How to feel satisfied at the end of it? How to say at age 60 that yes, I have led an extraordinary life?
There are many way to do that. And it’s not that hard.
I will talk more about it in my next posts.