Enough is a perspective, not a sum (except when it comes to notebooks!)
How much is enough? That depends on where you’re standing when you ask the question
If you’re struggling through lack of air, water, food, shelter or safety, nothing else is going to matter until the basics are covered. With regards to other things, you can change your perception of how much you have by walking around to see it from a different angle.
Notice your immediate gut reaction when you consider if you currently have enough —
clear, uncluttered space
Now, granted, it’s very difficult indeed to have too many pens, notebooks, and apps, but it’s not outside the realm of possibility 😉.
This week, when frustration grates on your nerves, you’ll probably find a sense of ‘not enough’ somewhere near the root. But what might you see if you walk all the way around to the shadowy side of the problem, and look at it from a new angle?
“A grateful person is rich in contentment.” — David Bednar
This is not a call to unrealistic Pollyanna-ism. Rather, it’s a gentle invit…
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