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Does money define what you do? Who you are? Where you can go? Not so fast...
Originally appeared on Time4Thinkers: time4thinkers.com/cash/
“I can’t do it because I don’t have the money.” Ever had that thought before? Yeah, I have. So then here’s another question: What do you do with that thought? Let it rule your life? Ignore it altogether?
When I graduated from college, money definitely felt like a determining force. I was so ready to break out of my Massachusetts shell and see the world. I wanted to ride elephants in the jungle, climb ice walls in the Himalayas, help the street children in India, laugh with strangers in foreign lands, and just soak up all the beauty and diversity in our expansive world.
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