The First Priority
The first priority in sorting out the cobwebs of the duldrums of life is to to incite a bit of excitement into your life. As social desires suggests and implies we must seek a bit of entertainment to be exhilerated and interested in what we are doing and therefore put or return the zest to your life. To many reading a good book is often enough, dinners, dances, theatre, plays and operas are just a few of the eventful night objectives of the would be or budding scholarly seeking enteratinments. Picnics and walks along the beach, a row boat for two or just taking a drive up or down the coast wherever takes you fancy for that seafood meal at a little wayout fishing village of some kind or description in your travels.
The first priority then is one of creating interest in life, financial matters and family affairs. Investing in the future through job orientation or property investments is also highly advisable in creating interest in your life. In other words, first we must have a reason to live. A purpose and a cause to aim for or succeed in. Money in itself has no real intrinisic value, but self worth comes from seeking to help others where by the fruits of our labour are eternally rewarded. The worth of your life is not always in the success of your bank account statement and that measure can be simply transient and limited or highly unpredictable. Sure a certain amount of money gives us confidence in comfortability, but there is no certain return and your next meal is only as good as you current job, which is also uncertain depending on how hard you work and how good at keeping your job by your personal efficiency is to your employer.
Therefore we have our first priority nearly clearly defined, but further clarification is almost certainly objective in that our personal happiness is now being met by sizeable material posessions and a nice place to live and reside in. These personal satisfactions just help to seek to alleviate the pain of uncertainty as to where your base and foundation is permanently grounded for a place to sleep, rest and relax after your tiring days at work. So there you have it, the first priorities form living all wrapped upin aneat litte bundle for you to chew over and druel a bit. So all you have to remember now is that your first personal happiness is made in satisfying your hunger and appetite for living, not by setting unreal expectations or unlimited idealistic goals for personal possessions.