Piling things up.
If we don’t discover the meaning of our existence, we just end up accumulating indiscriminately.
To find out the meaning of life without becoming terribly ethereal, we must understand that we are heart, soul, mind and strength.
Each one needs assets.
- For my heart, I need enriching emotional experience to counteract my fear of being loved and my reticence on loving others.
- I need spiritual assets–things to believe in which can exist on earth as they do in heaven.
- Mentally, give me the treasure of knowing that I’m always in the process of renewing my need to know.
- And my body requires the assets of healthy food, healthy sleep, healthy exercise and healthy usage.
Anything that assists these four units is an asset. Anything that doesn’t is a distraction.
Can it really be that simple?
I hope so–because complications make me either frustrated or self-righteous.
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