Gary Scherling responded to one of my previous questions:
> As a good friend of mine Ray shared with me on Saturday, the money
> side of the issue is really moot. (He should know...he's a
> multi-millionaire...he's had all the toys, all the 'things' and has
> realized that the real value is yourself and the good with other
> people.) If you've got a job you really don't enjoy, and are
> forward to the rest of you life, you should consider all the time
> you're investing in something you are 'only working to finance the
> rest of their lives'. And time is something we cannot replace.
Are you saying that those who are only working to finance the rest of
their lives have made a choice which will marginalize them as economic
participants? How much commitment to the workplace is the basic minimum?
Is there agreement to this view from other list members?
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