This is beautiful. Definitely something which should be explored in your own time.
Infinite capital will free up your time and provide opportunity but it's an illusion to think lasting satisfaction will arise when you hit x-amount.
This is the mistake of too many westerners who accumulate their nest egg and then wonder what it's all for.
I suggest you spend your resources pursuing fulfillment by giving deep contemplation to what's important to you. Consider how you can pursue or contribute to such things in a way you'll be truly proud of.
If you died next week, would you be happy with how you've spent your finite time here on this planet? Because that will be it. No do-overs.
If unsure or you arrive at a no, entertain the idea of how you might course-correct moving forward.
What you certainly don't want is to arrive at your death bed with a lengthy list of regrets.
I don't care what you have to lose, it's not too late to take a risk or two if it the upside is a chance at true freedom — peace of mind.
Best of luck, sincerely.