You want more:
What value does this “more” have?
If it has value, great.
More revenue can mean greater impact.
A bigger house can lead to loving memories.
More success can result in massive fulfillment.
Yet often, we simply crave more for the sake of it.
A distraction. A way to escape the moment.
To not think about what we’re actually thinking about.
As Seneca suggests, this pursuit for more makes you poor.
True wealth comes when you’re content with what you have.
Less is more…
as they say.
So, why do you want more?
Does it have a value; a purpose?
If so, great.
If not, what’s the point?
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