No Purpose? No Problem
Ted Kinni
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Retiree with minimal money worries fussed over the purpose issue. Though maybe just demoralized that my one part time purpose (progressive politics) is so unsuccessful lately. Wish I’d realize my purpose is (just) to make my dogs happy, or hike 5 miles every day. At the luxurious crossroads of not willing to work for as many hours, especially not for the going rate instead of some premium, as what is all that’s on offer in my field. In other words, if I were a lot poorer or had spent more money throughout life I’d at least have the purpose of making my living and would be so busy at it I’d have no angst over finding a purpose and filling my days.

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