Clutter

Why do you hold on to things?  Do they remind you of some thing, some one, some place?  Do they express something about yourself that you   want others to know?   If you were to get rid of the “thing”, what would happen?  Are you afraid you might lose the memory, that someone will love you less, that a parent will come back to haunt you, that without the memento,  you will be less than or would somehow disappear.  I would like to challenge you to look at  everything you have in your office, your home, your car and ask yourself why you have it.  Decide if you are keeping it out of desire or fear.   Ask yourself, if what you are keeping brings good memories or if it is weighing you down.   It is no surprise that there are many talk show hosts that have episodes on the importance of decluttering your life.  It is necessary to to let go of things past so that you may experience the  fruits of the future.   Remember that new leaves appear on the trees only after the older ones have gone.

Don’t read me this post as saying that you should through away that beautiful photo of your mom from the 1950’s.  And, I am not suggesting you live and work in blank and empty spaces.  I do believe, however, that most of us could get rid of at least half of what we have in our possession.  I truly believe that if you begin to unload yourself from some of the stuff, you may find yourself feeling a little less stuffy!

Simply Said

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