They asked him what true happiness is. He replied simply: “To create dreams. Implement them. And enjoy them”.
He was one of the most successful entrepreneurs of his time. Having been able to rise above others in his field despite his age, he had the incomparable ability to inspire people, to motivate them into adopting a different level and mode of thought, to push them into being ethically better.
He was the person who knew how to take pleasure out of life. How to reap the most out of his success, comfort and benefits.
He lived like a king.
But one day, he left it all.
To go and live like a peasant.
He built a cabin in an isolated part of the woods. He called it his survival cabin because “it was what reminded him of the meaning of living and not just surviving”.
He raised his family there, with values that could only be found by expanding your mind to beyond what you can only see.
He had it all in the hectic city life, but realized it was nothing until he truly had a sense of fulfilment – a life he had dreamed of and that couldn’t be bought.