Society is obsessed with buying more stuff! People “need” more and more things to make them happy.

Fashions change and we naturally feel that our clothes from last season are outdated. We feel compelled by society to go and buy new “in” clothes in the new season. Advertising creates desire for the latest new “thing.”

When we buy more stuff, do we part with the old? Or do we wait  in vain for the clothes to come back in fashion?

Instead of being obsessed with more stuff, we need to start to value new experiences more than  acquiring stuff.

Instead of wanting more things we need to value sharing experiences with others more than acquiring the latest fad.

Ask yourself, are you your stuff or your experiences?

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