I stumbled upon this tweet and it stopped me in my tracks. I won’t elaborate on each of the ten points. Not so much in the interest of brevity, but because they are truly self explanatory.
But I will try to take these 10 points a little further.
In our quest for happiness, we all invest in trying to get more. The assumption is that if we meet all of our “needs” – we will be happy. It’s a treadmill. A rat race for which a winner will never be declared. I say it this way on Twitter
Every once in a while, Hollywood gets it right. There’s a scene from the Apollo 13 movie that is truly profound.
How can we want MORE unless and until we are good stewards of what we already have? I hope I’ve made my point. Paul says it a different way
That’s what I think. I’m interested in your thoughts. There’s lots of ways to hit me up so let me hear from you.
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