The thing is, as long you are being honest about what you want, it's OK! If you want to start a family, that's OK. If you want to experience other 3D things, then you should go out and do that, otherwise you'll wonder and later on you might actually resent giving up the "regular world" for this path. It's best to get that stuff out of your system instead of attempting to be a monk while feeling pulled in a different direction. That doesn't work well, we have dealt with that here before. No reason to force something on yourself so that you can feel like you're being "good" and in turn look good to others. Impression management can often lead people to do things that they don't actually want to do and that really isn't a good way of navigating this kind of Work. I would just say not to worry about being judged, everyone is on a different step on the path. The young'uns are always going to have this dilemma when coming to the Work. At least you are aware of what you're not ready for.Whereas, in terms of moral bankruptcy, if I'm being completely honest with myself, that is the part that I don't think I've reached yet. I find myself often desiring things of this world. And although I am aware for the most part when those things come up that I am just falling back into the trap, I still long for those things often, and often give in. I wish it weren't so, I'd like to come to the point where I could see that there is nothing for me in any of those worldly things and the desire would stop, but the truth is that I have not reached that point fully in all aspects, only maybe a few.