Recently I visited my great Aunt Jean in the mountains of North Carolina. In her 90’s, she’s just as spunky as ever.
My great Uncle Don passed away a couple years back and left an extensive library of books, of which she was kind enough to let me borrow a couple.
One was The Prophet by Khalil Gibran.
This quote from Gibran has stuck with me.
Do you believe this?
Published by Rodric Lenhart
What if the things you want, aren't really things at all?
A Michigander living between Charlotte, NC...the mountains of VA and wanderlust (50 countries and counting!)… I am a professional coach, consultant and writer.
These musings are...mostly... about my sometimes futile quest towards a more minimalist lifestyle while still extracting every last ounce of juice from this life.
Less stuff. Less obligation. Less competition. Less keeping up with the Jones's. Less work. Less worry. Less to plan for. Less stress about trivial things. Less.
Chasing less. One thing at a time.
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One thought on “What will you choose?”
Hmm that’s interesting. To a degree I think that it’s true. Our internal chatter, script and predisposition can, I’m sure, affect our outcomes.