Things that matter

  • There’s always something better out there. Reflect on that thought and cut down on your possessions. Be grateful for how much you already possess. Remember that the things that matter come cheap, so focus on your purpose, joy, and inner peace.

  • The more things we desire, the more we must work to earn them. So, want less and be free more. Prioritize your freedom and pursue the things you care about the most. Fill your internal void with some passionate work, more life challenges, and helping others. Donate or sell whatever you don’t use anymore. You should buy only the things that help you get better experiences.

  • Avoid the status game. You’re more than the money you got and the things you own. Now, think of yourself when you’re on your deathbed. What will matter to you the most then? Use that motivation to understand the things that matter and set your priorities.

But that’s just my take. Comment and share yours.

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