And here again my luxury re-edition. This time a very famous politician inspired me which I admire a lot. And I couldn’t hold back a little journey of thoughts to the point ‘time’.
A part from that I’m happy to announce that this time there is a side-section that developed with the help of a friend of mine which answers to my question: ‘What do you think is luxury?’ and ‘What do you think should not be luxury?’. His answers are thought-prokoving.
Have fun reading and I’m eager to get to know your comments about it.
It shouldn’t be luxury, …
… to feel safe.
… to feel included in the society.
… to read non-professional literature.
Good education shouldn’t be a luxury.
Time shouldn’t be a luxury.
(Insertion from the main author: How could it come so far, that a matter of course as time became a luxury? And: As our life time is always limited – can it be different? Can it not be luxury? And – considering that time became/is a luxury, don’t we use it up very thoughtless and wasting it a lot?)
Organic fruits and vegetables or food respectively shouldn’t be a luxury.
Commodities as cars or mobile phones don’t have to be equipped in a way that they are a luxury.
Your professional activity can be perceived as a luxury because it matches very well your talents and takes place in a positive environment.
Very amazing, mainly social moments shouldn’t be a luxury, but can be sensed as such/they can even be luxury.
It is a luxury…
… to build and create your own house.