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I can never understand why people *don't* do this.

Some people are too busy working and striving for business/financial goals to take a step back and really evaluate what makes them happy in life.

In addition, it is my opinion that people often think of how great it will be to RE and all of the things they will be able to do and then when they are finally retired, those things last for a few months and then they are looking for more fulfillment.

In addition, I think some things can fall into the category of being a passion because you do not have enough time to do said thing. When presented the opportunity to indulge in that passion whenever you like, it may lose some of the attraction.

Just some random thoughts....

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