‘For a long time I believed that more wealth and luxury automatically meant more happiness,’ he said. ‘I come from a very poor family where the rules were to work more to achieve more material things, and I applied this for many years,’ said Mr Rabeder.
But over time, he had another, conflicting feeling.
‘More and more I heard the words: “Stop what you are doing now – all this luxury and consumerism – and start your real life”,’ he said. ‘I had the feeling I was working as a slave for things that I did not wish for or need.”
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