Materialism is the endless loop of acquiring things you think make you happy, and realizing they don’t, but never learning from it. If you’ve ever gone camping, or hiking or traveled somewhere with nothing but a small suitcase, you may have already experienced just how little you need. Food, a roof, some clothes. Maybe a few things more that you really need. Beyond that, you require very little to live. Most of the things you buy are to satisfy your internal sense of lack because you think they bring you joy you currently don’t have. You’re constantly reinforcing I’m not happy. You…
In relationships, it is not the amount of time you spend with someone, but the quality of the attention you give each other.
Whenever you feel triggered by something at work, it’s an opportunity for you to become aware of your judgments about it.