One who keeps chasing a life shown in the movies continues to live in a fairytale. Their happiness is fragile and dependant on money. In reality, not everyone gets a big house, a shiny car, chefs, or drivers. And even if one gets it all, there is no guaranteed happiness.
Happiness is a state of mind, and little does it have to do with money but, with positive people around you. The ones who cherish on your little wins in life, the ones who hold your hands in your rainy days and say that there will be better days. The ones who make you feel a hero!
If people around you, especially the loved ones, keep complaining about not getting the fairytale life they dream of and force you to do more, even though you are giving your best, no matter how optimistic you are in life, one day, you’ll lose your spark too. You’ll feel like a loser, even though you might have done greater good for society. You’ll be frustrated with life, not knowing the people around you are making you suffocate subconsciously. It’s their problem that they want to live a life on your expense and dreams.
In this case, you have two options, either groom them by giving them all your time, showing what love can do and money cannot, and again there is no guarantee they’ll change OR change your company, leaving them to fate, hoping one day when fairytale meets reality it’ll be all sorted out, in a way either good or bad, but in the end, it all gets sorted out.
You have a limited time in life.
You have a purpose and aim to fulfill.
It’s your choice. Either live your life for the greater good or spend most of it trying to change people.
Abdul Sattar Edhi, Dr. Abdul Bari, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, would have chosen purpose over people.
All the best for whatever you chose!