How To Never Look At What Your Neighbor Has

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” – Ernest Hemingway.
Hemingway never had a problem telling things like they were.
And this quote is so true and clear that it’s like a smack to the face.
Too many times people get caught up on making money so that they can feel like they are doing better in life than their friends or family.
Everyone wants to park a bigger and badder car in their driveway the day after their neighbor brings home a new car.
Just think about the first high school reunion you went to. Everyone wanted to know what this person was doing with their life and was talking about how successful that person was. And while most people wouldn’t admit to it they were comparing themselves to those around them.

And that is exactly what Hemingway is talking about here.
Having more money than someone else is cool. But it doesn’t matter if you are the same jerk you were when you were a teenager and refuse to change.
That’s why you can’t just chase money.
You can’t work a grueling schedule or a job you hate but make a lot of money and come out as a noble person according to Hemingway.
If you are working a job that gives you the chance to reflect and work in a way that you are comfortable then you have the chance to be better than you former self instead of just being a miserable workaholic.
And if it makes you a fortune then that is just a perk.
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