money, love, happiness. There are many ways to judge success. If you believe you're happy, then success is granted. Money can be a factor in success, but sometimes people feel unsuccessful, because they've spent everyday working for that money.
"Sometimes, the poorest man in the world may be more happy than the richest"
To me, it means what I have done since young.
1. Had a good education during younger days
2. Work and having satisfaction with what I do.
3. Got married with a beautiful wife who gave me 2 children.
4. Children grown up.
Now it will be waiting for my children to have their own families.
This is what I regard as successful in life.
For me it was finding that special inner peace and contentment in all things. I tried being rich twice, and poor more often, took chances, lost and won, loved and lusted, tried being serious but gave up, been a prude and a stoner, now just content, happy that I finally found a good wife, raised two intelligent and individual children, one a creative girl child, the other a man of great compassion.
Success has nothing to do with money!
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