This post does not discuss the Safemoon project but the well-being of its stakeholders.
We all want to spend our lives with meaningful activities that truly fulfil ourselves. The ultimate aim of any investment is to provide the investor with sufficient liquidity to be able to spend his time at his own terms. Some might go further and include their relatives and descendants in this definition – generational wealth.
Investing is a long-term play. We sacrifice money we would otherwise spend on short-term fun activities to be able to dictate the terms of our future life (and not be dependant of activities, i. e. jobs) we dislike. Following each post about the project, watching whale wallets sell and comparing our wallet size to others might give us a short-term satisfaction. Here and there a post or a comment and some likes, our brain immediately reacts. We are constantly in the comparing to others mode. Is this really why we invested in the first place?
Ask yourself: Would I stick to Reddit all day and compare my wallet size to other wallet holders if I were really financially free? What would I do with all the time and money I hope to gain from my investments?
And then: Why do not I try to live the way I imagine to be when I am financially free? Think about what really matters to you and go for the meaningful activity in your spare time instead of following social media (Reddit) all day. Instead of consuming, start producing. With this you will be able to live a truly free life. If you are unable to be at peace now, you will not be able to when you are financially free. All the money in the world will not help to fill the void and will be spent on trivial things, such as Lambos. Until the money is gone or you are dead. You see this happen to lottery winners who are unable to handle the abrupt abundance.
We invested in this project because we trust in the team. I suggest we leave them to their work and do not follow and comment each step like a micro-manager. The latter are of a dissatisfied species, let us not be like them and let it go a little more.
Take care of your mental bell-being. Your mind should be growing in as the same amount as your wallets.
EDIT: -Insert Ron Burgundy meme- Wow, that escalated quickly. I did not expect this attention. There are lots of different views on this topic. Some are positive, some negative. You all, take care.