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How much is enough? A famous and sultry actress from yesteryear, Mae West once said, “Too much of a good thing is wonderful”.
We can assume she wasn’t talking about stuff. Anyway, the question still remains. And some collect stuff that defies logic, common sense, basic hygiene, and fundamental organizational skills for practical living.
Excessive collecting can complicate relationships and alienate people from the ones they love, just for starters.
Most of us certainly don’t have the answers, nor do we have any appetite for supporting this behavior. If we did, would that make us co-dependent? Like being co-dependent with an alcoholic in denial?
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Each day, do you attempt to simplify? De-clutter? Detoxify? Purge? Reevaluate?
What if you did?
“When everybody tells you that you are being idealistic or impractical, consider the possibility that everybody could be wrong about what is right for you.” — Gilbert Kaplan
Valentine’s Day. Mid Life Celebration. Sunday, February 14, 2010.
Today’s thought is a simple one.
Common sense is hardly common practice.
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