When Enough Is Enough – LifePart2.com
How Great It Feels To Know I Have EnoughI am a 59-year-old American. I don’t own a home. I don’t own a car. The furniture that I sit upon and the bed that I sleep in is not my own. Most of the mementos that I accumulated over the years are gone. I have no material reminders of my school days; no physical reminders of 25 years on the job and only a very few special family keepsakes and small collectibles that I hold dear.It didn’t use to be this way. A decade ago, I owned a home and a house full of nice furniture. I drove new cars and filled my rooms with electronics, keepsakes, and memorabilia. I had a country club membership and an embarrassment of “boy toys.” But, all of those things are gone. Sold, given away, or discarded. There was no misfortune or other disaster that befell me. I saw that those things impeded me from accomplishing what I wanted from life, so I got rid of them.And I have never felt freer, more content or happier.It is estimated that the average U.S….
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