“Be content with what you have, rejoice in the way things are.  When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.”
-Lao Tzu

Have you ever noticed as you drive through neighborhoods that people’s garages are packed with “stuff”?  So much stuff that they can’t  fit even one car into their two car garage.  Once upon a time all those things were thought to be needed or wanted enough to be purchased, carted home, used in some fashion and then eventually demoted to a dark corner or high shelf in the garage next to some other expired treasure.  Instead of being given away, donated to charity or sold at a “garage sale”, these items were kept because someone would surely use them one day.  And yet months, years and decades go by and all that happens to these things is they become good friends with dust and cobwebs and more boxes of things.  I invite you to willfully let go of the clutter in your life.  There is tremendous freedom in traveling lightly.  Attachment to things doesn’t allow your true self to shine.  Remember, you are enough.  When you are enough, you always have enough.  As Lao Tzu said, “…there is nothing lacking…”