When I walk through my neighborhood I notice that some folks have no room in the garages to park their car. Their garages are packed with stuff. There is a deep sense of clutter. I’m sure they have a mental organization set that allows them to find any small item amidst the chaos. It’s the same way with our closets. We collect clothes that we never wear. The clothes hang in our closet unused, collecting dust. It’s the same way with our minds. We collect useless information and let it clutter our minds. Is it time to toss away the stuff that clutters the garage, attic, or spare room? You’ll feel better as you clear the stuff that clogs up your garage, attic, spare room, and mind.
Published by Ray Calabrese
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