Most of us are conditioned since childhood to believe certain things and to follow the system. We get told not to swim against the current, not to make a fool of ourselves, and not to take risks. This inhibits our choices and unless we take conscious action against such beliefs, we are destined to live a life of mediocrity. We might have a reasonably good home, we can afford certain luxuries, maybe a holiday once a year or a nice car, but if something unexpected happens we are in danger of loosing it all at the drop of a pin.
The tragic thing is that we have to work hard all our lives to have those so called luxuries.
We are slaves of the system and there is no real freedom for us in the long term. Oh yes, we can work our butt off until we collect our pension, but is it really enough?
How many people are dying once they collect their pension? And they worked hard all their lives for someone else. Wouldn't it be nicer to work hard for ourselves instead and enjoy the success of our lives before we get to old age?