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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Frugality, Time, And Money???


One day, we may suddenly wake up and realize that frugality going forward not SO worth the while as we have so much money leaving behind and lots of free time on hand; BUT too little time left.

Do we wait to wake up to this reality as YOLO?



6 comments:

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    1. CW,

      This ant nearing retirement is becoming more and more like grasshopper ;)

      YOLO?

      Do it! (But don't let the wife knows. Say you go fishing!)


      2 weeks ago, my new colleague around 60 plus died of heart attack in his sleep - I think that's a great way to go.

      Saturday I was talking to him. Sunday they tell me he gone... Surreal.


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  2. must balance lar
    save money but dont be too meow and hard on yourself and your loved ones
    if the thing u want to buy is not too ex just buy
    weekends just go eat restaurants if feel like it
    wat is YOLO?

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  3. YOLO is true for everyone whether you live like YOLO or not?

    If you don't need to leave a legacy behind, yet you don't YOLO then blame who?

    But most of us like to leave something behind whether the recipients need or not.

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  4. Having the mean is one thing, ability to enjoy it is another thing.

    "God gives some people wealth, possessions and honor, so that they lack nothing their hearts desire, but God does not grant them the ability to enjoy them, and strangers enjoy them instead. This is meaningless, a grievous evil." - Ecclesiastes 6:2

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  5. Ha! Ha!

    True! True!

    It's better to have the ability to enjoy simple things that don't need a lot of means(money).

    Like i am blogging here and of course given the gift of music if not able to play any instrument at least can feel it deeply.

    More deeply then most people.

    And all the simple things.

    "Chiak is Hock" says the Chinese.

    Amen.

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