All you need is less
- Why are people conditioned to have things
- Governments are the same way
- Then the argument would be…
All you need is less, less of everything. This phrase pertains to everyone from an individual to entire governments.
Just imagine if everyone realized that they need less in order to survive better. From an individual standpoint having less, even if you can afford more, means more freedom. More freedom and less stress in your life because you have fewer things to worry about, to own and have those things own you. Having less brings more happiness into your life because there’s less stress.
So why are people conditioned to have things work the opposite way by having more and more and once they get it realize they want even more? Soon this feeling that nothing is ever enough becomes a way of life. It becomes a consumption and spending habit. It can eventually become a mental illness. Do you know anyone who hoards things? If so, what do you think of them? Now, take a look at yourself. Are you right behind them or becoming them?
Governments are the same way, they are always broke and can’t afford the programs needed to solve poverty or a lack of food for their people. However, they always seem to find enough to fund the military. What if all military spending were cut in half? That would free up billions of dollars and allow funding for needed programs. What if there was no need to spend any money on military build-ups? What if no country had an army or air force or navy to worry about? The only reason they have them is to go to war with other countries.
Even if everyone got along in your world and didn’t fight with each other, then the argument would be what if beings from other planets or galaxies attacked you, how would you defend yourselves? We can tell you that if other beings from far away galaxies came to your planet they would have such superior technology just to get here that no level of your technology would be of any use to fight them.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That having more is becoming a serious problem with most people.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because many are being forced into having less and see it as a detriment or setback in their life.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Try going with less. Buy less, want less, and spend your money on quality things that last and serve a needed purpose in your life. Avoid all unnecessary spending.
COMMENTARY: Seeking more of anything is a matter of perception. People who perceive having things as having more don’t know what it’s like to be truly free. These people are committed, they are fixed into a place and time. That’s the opposite of freedom because anything that changes becomes a threat to their way of life. On the other hand, if you have financial freedom without the burden of the stuff you are free to make changes on a dime, while always leaning into change with excitement.