Its very easy to get caught up in the money game. How many times have we met,heard or seen "successful" people. You know the type I'm talking about. They have 2 fleased I mean leased $40k cars, big beautiful home(not furnished), members of the country club, brand name clothes, the latest electronic devices, social butterfly's, the who's who in the community, walks with that "I am god" strut, vacations, fine dining, has an answer for all your problems and so on and so on. The fact is that these people are no good at home. Can't spend time with the kids as they are growing up because of the "American Dream". I have first hand knowledge of this. I was on that road when my son was born 2 years ago. I spent 70+hrs/wk away from home building that image and that was all it was. I am now a single father with shared custody of my son. I made the choice to leave corporate America because I didn't want to become one of these people. I have to admit that I suffer from the pride issues but last night validated my decision to leave. I had to rush my son to the hospital because he couldn't breath. From 11pm-7am I had him tested and all turned out good-thank God. I'm with my son around the clock. He crys- I'm here, He's hungry-I'm here, wants to play-I'm here, his mother-read the above. I may not be making the cash that I was but when my son says da da, I am here- thats success!