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Health is your wealth
Many of us would have at some point considered pursuing some prestigious tag.
One important reason being the earning potential we achieve and the comfortable life we can live.
We talk about ROI to defend the rising costs of education. We are even willing to take a loan as a long-term investment into our careers at the expense of paying EMIs in our 20s.
We work hard, day and night, face the stress, and put a toll on ourselves, with an end intended to be more successful.
We compare ourselves with others. We assert value and status to brands and paychecks.
Now, imagine getting the best of everything, spending our youth in these pursuits at the expense of our health.
Without it, whatever we achieve, the years of hardwork, the money we make, all of it lose their meaning.
What’s worse is when we destroy our own health, fully conscious of the harmful effects of our lifestyle.
When we are young, we often fail to notice how we are doing irreparable damage to ourselves. As long as nothing happens, we might think everything is chill, but once something does happen, life won’t be the same anymore.
Remember, health is your true wealth.
There is no tag, job, or activity that is worth it if it costs your health.