It's sad that you think like that.
I had always given to poor, charity, sanga etc and still I'am. I wanted to concentrate on Metta Meditation as it was highly valued by Buddha and as it is more fruitful than anything else I did. It doesn't necessarily means that I will not perform those acts again.
Yes, I have a wonderful life. Surly I can be satisfied with that. But I want to achieve higher goals because I think I can.
It doesn't necessarily means I wan to accumulate more wealth for myself, it depends on what I want to do in this life time, as it is precious. When I get a human life in this sansara, I want to use it to it's full potential.
Currently I earn enough for my family and for little charity. That's why I mentioned that I have a wonderful life.
But do I have money to build a temple even if I desire, or to open an orphanage or to give alms to monastery sanga as I desire, NO. Do I have enough money to give my parents to do above things, so they can gain merit, NO.
If I make more money and use it for sinful acts, that is wrong. But if I make more money in order to perform good deeds, in order to let my parents and loved ones perform good deeds and gain merit, I don't see any wrong in that.
I want to use this precious human life to it's full potential, that's my goal.
All I want to know is;
Is it possible to gain good kamma through this same lifetime and change the way my life unfolds?
I think I found the answer in Liao Fan story;http://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/liaofan.pdf
Thank you all.