What makes you rich?
Today I just received some exciting mail from “overseas”…WOOHOO a wedding invitation I was expecting it, but to have it in your hands just makes it so much more REAL!!
A lot of my friends are getting married while I’m still searching for my one and only, some are also pregnant (like Tina and Allan Lund <3… it’s so fantastic) and I feel I’m missing out on some very important moments in their life when I live so far away, it makes me sad….Unfortunately the tickets are MF’er expensive from Australia so it’s not just something I do – it has to be planned and saved up to.
When I bought the ticket the other day to come back to Denmark next month, it felt like I was going to spew when I realized how much money I just pulled out of my account with a simple click…But I can’t explain how excited I am to see my friends again and when you think about it, it’s JUST money. I believe if you sent out good energy it will always come back to you and all the beautiful moments I’m gonna have in that one week in Denmark, is not something that I would experience every day…
All this “stress” about money have made me think of something: When we die we leave everything on earth. We don’t take anything with us. Even the richest people cannot take their money with them after death. And I think we have to remind ourself that some material or worldly things are not really so valuable as we may think.
I realized a lot of things when I last year decided to get rid of all my material pleasures. “I had it all”, but I still wasn’t happy. Living as a student in Australia has forced me change my lifestyle, but it has also changed what I find important…I still work a lot so I can have my money, but the way I spend it is different from when I lived in Denmark
You can’t take your money with you when you die – so I’m gonna spend it on something really valuable for me and that’s moments of happiness with people I care about…
So yes I’m coming to Denmark to be at some very lovely people’s wedding AND later this year I’m gonna take my dad on a Safari trip….and then I think my bank will tell me that “you are officially broke my dear”, but I will be the richest person in my heart