Scene: INT: Pavilion Mall in Pune – 1st Jan 2020, Eve. Several mega-brand stores were witnessing encouraging footfalls. We visited a couple of stores. There were plenty of products and brands on display. Most of the products we never used were attractively placed. It was tempting to buy several of them. We didn’t buy any but decided to buy some of them as and when the occasion … Continue reading Isn’t Buying Unwanted Things a Social Crime?
One of the important roles of financial literacy is to know when the money is enough and when to stop pursuing money. Those who think devoting life to earn money till the body works are not only financially illiterate but also life illiterate. The purpose of life is not to earn money, exploit the body in the dedication of earning money, suffer, and die. The money is … Continue reading Your Financial Literacy Without This Is All Useless
Caution: This could be a life-changing read. “Often it is those who live quietly, modestly, and contentedly with a simple life who are the happiest.” Joshua Becker The biggest obstacle to our happiness is our wrong definition of happiness. If we define something wrong then we will struggle for it, but never will be able to achieve it. We have beliefs that MORE is necessary for … Continue reading How to be Happy – Always