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Thoughts about Financial Freedom

"Financial freedom is used to describe the state of having sufficient personal wealth to live indefinitely without having to work actively for basic necessities " - Wikipedia. It can also be defined as 'having a passive income so that you do not have to work or can choose to work to sustain your current needs and lifestyle'. However, the road to financial freedom may require much sacrifices.  If financial freedom and retiring early is the ultimate goal, what is the purpose of you wanting to get there? To escape from the work rat race? Can one really be satisfied with one's life after achieving so-called financial freedom? As long as we covet a certain lifestyle beyond the basic necessity and constantly seek for betterment, we might never TRULY reach financial freedom. The road to financial freedom itself is a rat race with a moving goal post. To work and enjoy life at the same time vs seeking financial freedom and lead a stressful life Which one wo


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