It’s like when someone says, ‘How are you?’ Do you say, ‘Well, my head hurts and I’m lonely and depressed and I’m worried about everything and the world is collapsing and full of evil’? Or do you say, ‘I’m fine’?
"We’re eye doctors."
"What’s something about the eye that most people don’t realize?"
"The eye doesn’t see. The brain sees. The eye just transmits. So what we see isn’t only determined by what comes through the eyes. What we see is affected by our memories, our feelings, and by what we’ve seen before."
Sometimes i really have hard time to come up with things that i’m grateful for (i’m keeping a gratitude journal) because it’s so easy to forget the little good things that i have in abundance. Thx for the reminder! So glad to have had a nice chat with my aunt today, didn’t realise that i miss her. She spoiled me as a child and practically help raising me. I should call her more often
Over the past few years i think i have curb my consumerism side pretty well. I don’t buy stuff on a whim anymore. i don’t buy stuff just because i’m having a bad day and need some retail therapy or simply because it looks pretty. Not even when it’s on Sale!
I admit, sometimes i still can not help my self. But i’m trying hard dammit!
When i do buy stuff though, i make sure it has better quality, last longer with tendency to classic style so i won’t easily get bored or go out of trends just after few months.
I think the minimalism lifestyle is very applicable not only towards consumerism but to other aspect of life also. I’m getting there
hyperventilate after sending a particular email. big decision, done. no turning back now. I can only wish it’s the right decision.