Maxie Boy Keiser is on it in the Tweet below. We have no need to fear. It's a game.
Psychologists call it "conditional happiness." It's when you say to yourself, "When [so and so] happens, I'll be happy."
In the end, your level of wealth is dictated by how much stuff you want - but can't afford. It's all down to desire. If you don't want a lot you're doing okay.
Huel is a joyous thing for me. It provides optimal nutrition and takes two minutes (max) to prepare...
The less you have the happier and more free you are. Possessions weigh you down. You need some things, obviously. But too many enslave you...
It might be painful for a while. But often unfortunate events lead you to a new path, one you didn't expect, but which improves your life for the better.
If you spend your time worrying about something that might happen in the future, you're wasting your time. It might never happen. In which case you've been miserable for no reason.
The less you do, and the less you think, the happier you will be. The key to contentment is to empty your life (and mind) as much as possible.
Sure, it seems like he shoots his mouth off and makes numerous gaffs. But I suspect that much of what he says and does is calculated.
Well, I began by being horrified and appalled by the blood spilt in the name of religion and sorcery...