What we see as the crime of your time
- People worked at jobs they hated
- Do what you love and what you know the best
- This is what it’s like when you…
Do you know what we see as the crime of your time? It’s retiring too early. When someone retires too early they many times have a false idea of what retirement means.
For years, no decades, people worked at jobs they hated just to pay their bills, survive, pay for the kids education, new car payments, mortgage payments, and maintenance on everything they bought, not to mention taxes, health care, and everything else you can think of that they amassed. They worked all those years for a paycheck so they could payoff what they already bought and go out and buy some more. Now, they have left their job and it’s time to enjoy all that stuff they bought. So, why aren’t they happy?
This is time you should be taking everything you learned in life, putting it together, and do what you love and what you know the best. Instead, people retire and are burned out in life and angry. They are looking at themselves as a victim of the system. They ask themselves things like, “I worked all those years and what do I have to show for it?” Then they look for someone to blame. The situation they’re in couldn’t have been their own doing, it has to be someone or something else that made them end up in such a tragic position.
This is what it’s like when you make the discovery that all that stuff that you thought you treasured, the stuff that made you who you are to others, is nothing more than a burden that you got conned into buying. You probably still owe money on a lot of it and are wondering if you’ll have to go out and get another job just to get a paycheck to be able to make the payments. After all, your meager pension check isn’t going to cut it. You are the victim of the retiring too early crime.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That once you can retire from your job you should be taking all your knowledge and moving in a new direction.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because you see people everyday living from social security check to social security check, or pension check and are miserable in their lives.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Well, if you haven’t retired yet you better have a retirement plan, and we’re not talking about how you are going to hang on to all that stuff you bought.
COMMENTARY: By the time you’re in your 40’s many of you start losing interest in your career, or job. That’s perfectly natural, not because you’re lazy, but because you are being guided into what will come next for the rest of your life. You have amassed enough knowledge from experiences and your soul desires to express that. You did not come here to have stuff that you won’t be taking with you when to leave. You came here to become more than you were and possibly leave the world a better place because you were here. After all, if all you keep doing is going to work to make money to pay your bills you missed the point. You missed your life.