|Subject: Re: If money were no object...|
If money were no object, then it had to be so huge an amount of money that I could stop working for the rest of my life. That said, I'd like to fly from town to town and attend art exhibitions, concerts, theatre, festivals, lectures...the sort of things that are practically out of question now, and that I'm always hoping to do after retirement. I'd have the time to afford long trips in far out places like southern South America, northeastern Asia, or Australia.
Of course it would be nice to own a house in every place, let's say London, Paris, NYC, Rome, etc. and from time to time, to have a vacation, maybe Mauritius or Antigua, just to relax.
But, generally speaking, I find the real wealth could be measured in terms of time, not money.
Leonardo from Italy