Both 35 years old, looks like the goal I set to hit the 1 mil mark has come to fruition and earlier than 40. My wife has a great career however I myself work for a company which pays me very well but job security was the reason I wanted to hit the mark. The market, and real estate values have really helped get me here. Coming Indian minimum wage earning parents and being able to realize the American dream is amazing. we spent a good chunk trying to have a Child for treatment and he is now almost 10 months. I M a blessed man. This community has really helped me feel at home and I have realized that there are others with similar mindset. Cheers and thank you.
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Congrats! You hit the mark far earlier than I did.
And whatever your labors and aspirations in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy.- Desiderata by Max Ehrmann
Another shining example of achieving the American Dream.
Congrats to you and your family!
And yes, there is a lot of "knowledge generosity" (as well as humor, discourse, debate, etc) that occurs here each day. For that, I'm grateful.
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