I was born with zero money. I was wagecucking ("relentless" labor for very low money) like a slave and skinny and coughing away my health over time as the years have passed. Some bystanders have considered calling the ambulance for me before - seeing how the decline of my health was visible.
Therefore I will keep this short and to the point.
Getting kids with a gold digger wife arguing about politics and nagging me to death about things I can't change whilst spending her time asking god for miracles to happen would end my life the way I was born and surviving. A demise I intend to avoid by any means necessary.
So instead I want to get rich and find a good career lady and then move to the Bahamas with her and maybe one day drive a Ferrari and feel like I own and steer my life on my (our) terms. Childfree, beaches, paradise, relaxed lifestyle, cocktails and relishing life! Sounds like something Miami could offer but the costs of living there are impossible to keep up. I checked it here for Miami and here for Bahamas along with some things to know about living in the Bahamas. The description "relaxed lifestyle, relaxed pace of life and magnificent views [...] Life on some of The Bahamas’ smaller islands includes endless shorelines and beach life" lures me just like a Siren's song does to the Sailor.
Obviously with the way life works this will require grand sacrifices to be made. The types of sacrifices, that normal parents commit to when they have children. I have done these before (no, I don't have kids) so that I am not a skinny wagecuck slave with a steadily declining health anymore but it doesn't stop there.
I feel it is a commitment, a mutually exclusive choice to make (or not): When parents spend 20 years to raise one or multiple kids, working to provide and not relish the perks of rejuvenating getaways, I am here having spent 10 years just to crawl out of the imposed misery, regaining my basic human rights and building a foundation for my career and the next 10 years to build my life, relocate to the Bahamas and getting into the financial freedom and wealth and doing/creating/maintaining businesses. I am in my late 20s and I feel like my youth (time) and health was taken away from me. There were almost no parties, no international vacations and 0 girlfriends in my younger years.
This is exactly what I need and not a life full of misery, poverty and huge liabilities like I was brought into. I am certain, that I will make it. The high risk here however is that most girls usually want marriage and children, thus rendering my journey to paradise impossible to achieve. I can't lose hope still.
I suppose this is how certain people made it to Dubai and drive their Lamborghinis and look pretty happy and healthy overall.
Dying rich still beats dying broke.