As a retired realtor, you need a reality check so allow me to educate you:
Your job as a pharmacist meant a weekly or bi monthly paycheck - correct? As a realtor, you are self employed. NO PAYCHECKS!!! Your income will be 100% dependent on sales. You only get paid when you close a transaction. Therefore, you need to expect the first 6 months - 1 year with NO INCOME!! Do you have savings to pay all your bills?
Your comment "...I'm looking more for happiness and freedom then money because with happiness, money will come later." I disagree with you 100%. If you have NO INCOME, how will you pay your bills? You won't be happy with no hone to sleep at night, no food, no electricity and no cell phone. Happiness is when you have an income to survive.
You need to learn that as a realtor, it is up to you to find leads (buyers and sellers) and have them work with you to make a sale. Brokers are not required to provide you leads or tell you "here is a seller / buyer. Call them and make a sale." Brokers are only responsible for your behavior / actions if it violates any state or Federal laws or the brokerage policies. Further, the brokers only interest is getting their agents to close deals so they can collect their portion of the commission checks.
You also need to learn that for every commission check you collect, a portion goes to your broker. You do not collect the entire amount. You will need to reserve a portion of your check to pay Federal income taxes, health insurance and save some for retirement. Unlike your pharmacy paycheck, your employer would deduct the required amount. As a realtor, you are responsible for this.