As much as I would like a “nice” house in a “nice” neighborhood, I know a home is just a need.
I could debate whether a house is even a need. We can save that for another day.
A home is for comfort, safety, and protection. A home is a place for us to gather together.
I believe money is better invested than in buying an overpriced house that I want, not need.
Remember, a home doesn’t define us, a home doesn’t make us successful, and a home doesn’t determine our self-worth.
Although tempting, I won’t live and work for a house. I won’t buy a house to brag and impress others.