“You have gone too far with materialistic pursuits. It seems as though friends and family have become non-existent as far as you are concerned. Do you ever sit back and think on what you are missing in life?”
Roy had been a brilliant student both at school and university. Within a few years, he had risen to the upper echelons of the organization due to his commitment and dedication.
But he had just been through a painful divorce. He hadn’t been in regular touch with friends or family for years. His personal life was a disaster of the highest order.
This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.
Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – July – My post no 13 for this month.
hm. thought provoking post… to me, divorce is the consequence of when you prioritize anything more than your spouse, and subsequently forget the covenant of marriage. it is tragic indeed.
There are so many times in our lives when we prioritize materialistic pursuits over family. And that’s when all the troubles begin. Thanks for stopping by :).
There are many who neglect family and friends for materialistic pursuits. One must maintain a healthy balance.
And that’s the mistake so many of us make in our lives. Without friends and family, materialistic pursuits mean nothing at all.