What If I Stopped Searching for What I Wanted . . .

What if I stopped searching for what I wanted and began searching for what I needed? It takes heaps of wisdom to understand the difference between what I want and what I need. The irony of the search is that when I find all I need I have all I want.

Something to Think About

The less one needs, the freer one is. It takes lots of introspection and reflection to make choices about what one really needs. Once one determines what one really needs, life changes. In contrast, the chase to accumulate wants only leads to more wants in an never ending spiraling circle. Make a list of what you really need. Put it all down. Keep the list in a place where you can review it daily. Over the next two weeks see if you can whittle it down to no more than a half dozen needs. You’ll discover what is important to you. 

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