Ask yourself one very important question:
- Are you happy with what you are doing or are you a slave?
the definition of a sudra was a person who was always told what to do..or he was like a slave. Consider this – if you have a lifestyle you do not like (I am moving from a house with 8 lights and 2 night lamps to a house with about 58 LED lights thanks to the ‘interior’ expert), have a Suv, a foreign vacation – all to prove to the external world, bought with an EMI, you have to be a slave right?
You have bought all this with money you do not have. To be repaid with a salary from a job that you do not like, settle your children, worry about retirement, pay for parental medical expenses, …..
hey where is your life? you are a slave too.
Yes you wear a sacred threat, tell your shlokas, know your vedas – but still the EMI is the boss. You can leave your IBM job and work for Coke or leave your KPMG job and work in PWC…but still the boss is the EMI.
Can you think of leaving your job? to start something new? to work in an NGO? to….live your dreams? Sorry not available to a slave.
So can you sell your house in Khar for Rs. 4 crores and move to Kharghar where you can get a 3 bhk for Rs. 1.5 crores?
What about putting Rs. 2 crores in an equity fund? Omg Subra you are mad…is that so?
Here find a mad clone…
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