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David Aw
October 27th, 2010 @11:53 pm  

Great thanks. Watching the show right now. I have 1 dream but I’m not sure if it is worth it. It is to drive an Aston Martin DBS. It cost $875k for a manual car but $580k for a used. Roughly about $6,976 on road tax. I’m not sure if it is possible for me or worth it and I am only 32 years old. A family man with no kids. Planning to have 2 though.

Btw got your site thru Ivan ong. I have to complement on your taste and use for pictures which have an indirect relevance to your subject. Where do you get from?

I run a swim school with unique methodology of making swimming fun, graceful and fast. I wish to follow your methodology in blogging.

Cheerio
David.

David Aw
October 28th, 2010 @2:37 am  

Thanks man. Just finish the show on The Bucket List. Doesn’t tear me but it made me appreciate my wife pushing and shoving. If it weren’t for her. I wouldn’t be staying in a landed property and driving a conti car.

But it does chill to know that having children would deter, detour your dream as they somehow come first. And yet being filthy rich doesn’t guarantee Joy, Happiness and Fulfillment. Money can never buy what Morgan Freeman got at the last part of the show. (Spoiler, Starts with F but it ends with You because you created it.)

Tomorrow I test driving my Aston Martin DBS and it shall let me know whether is this the aim I should have.

Cheerio
David

JavierChua
October 28th, 2010 @9:46 am  

Hi David,

Thanks for dropping by my blog. Great to see that you like my methodology of blogging style. Most of pictures are gathered from Flickr as there’s a vast resource of images taken by people from all over the world. Usually, I will just do some screen capture to get some interesting photos and put an image courtesy clause to acknowledge people work.

All dream are worth the time to enjoy it but do make sure that it don’t sink your finance down. Make sure you render the thoughts to see whether is it a want or a need and tweak your plan to match your dream. You may love the car but sometimes you don’t have to own it but just rent it to drive for a feel. I have learned from an author (Robert Kiyosaki) who mentioned about using passive income to buy your dream car instead of using hard-earned money to buy it. Just remember don’t let doodads pull down your finance. There’s more things to experience in life so go for it.

Anyway, does your swim school teach people with shoulder dislocation people how to swim?

Cheers
Javier

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November 26th, 2011 @1:08 am  

I might remark The great act of faith is when a man decides he is not God. or even Truth often suffers more by the heat of its defenders than from the arguments of its opposers.

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