But yet I wrote in my previous post that everyone wants something at any point in time.
So that got me thinking.
What did I want. Like in material stuff.
If I could choose anything. What would I choose.
So as I'm sitting on my couch, I thought.
I have everything I ever need.
Like really. TV, chairs, house, rice cooker, clothes, whatever.
I can't come up with anything which I really wanted on a whim.
The only thing I could think of is financial independance.
The problem is. This isn't that easily purchased.
I would like more money to buy assets which will help me generate a consistant cashflow.
And yet the assets don't really matter. I could invest in stocks or real estate or whatever.
I've come to realize that stuff doesn't make me much happier.
More stuff in my small home means less space for me.
And humans are the most important things in the house.
So why give up my precious space to stuff.
More stuff means more clutter and more cleaning and maintenance.
So, nope, I don't really want more stuff.
I would probably have said that a car would be nice, if I didn't have a car already.
Nope, I don't need/want a bigger car.
So, really, what I would like for Christmas, if Santa is real, is just a million dollars in Singapore dollars or equivalent in any liquid assets.
Anything besides investable assets, wouldn't really improve my life situation and probably won't make me much happier.
No, I don't think I'm greedy. This is just a hypothetical situation where I'm analyzing what I wanted for Christmas.
So what do you want for Christmas? More stuff?