…game’s getting interesting…
…as we turn six.
We’re thinking of endgame scenarios.
We don’t consider endgame-discussion to be silly anymore.
We’re not treating an endgame as far-off.
We’re learning to detest debt.
We understand that debt is a virus.
It starts to eat us up from inside.
The only avenue when we do consider debt as a tool is when cashflow fills up any void soon enough, annihilating whatever debt that’s been incurred.
Debt-free-ness is our goal.
Maintenance of debt-free-ness becomes our natural endeavour.
Such a condition leads to burgeoning financial health,…
… ultimately culminating in full financial freedom.
We take “two minutes of freedom” to think about what financial freedom means.
Not needing to worry about repayment of any bill, whenever, whatever, however much…wow!
That’s where we want to be.
If we’re not there yet, we’re defining conditions that’ll get us there.
If we’re there, we’re ultimately starting to realize, that one can’t eat money.
Money is a force. It’s physical existence is in the form of paper. However, the force nature of money is what we’re in the process of understanding.
Force can be used to do the highest good, but also its opposite.
A part of our excess force is diverted towards doing good.
What are we if we don’t leave behind a legacy?
What will we have lived for?
This is our one shot, and it’s a big one.
We’re making it count.
Slowly, realization is taking over.
We’re evolving. That’s one side-effect of financial freedom, but one needs to want to evolve too.
Our evolution is making us divert more and more funds towards the greater good.
We’ll take that. That’s fantastic. No further discussion required.