Buying into what everyone else says you should do disempowers you. It serves as a constant reminder that you are not in control of your life. It’s better, therefore, that you go out into the world, live on your own away from social pressure, and make loads of silly mistakes, than you live in a close-knit community in which you allow yourself to be trapped by the attitudes of all the people around you.
It may be that the advice you receive is good advice, but it is important that you make that advice yours. It has to be what you want and it has to come from your ideas and lifestyle, not from the motivations of others.”
Stuart Wilde, in “The Trick to Money is Having Some”
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