Monday, 5 March 2012

ENOUGH OR TOO MUCH

COMMENT: 

Walk up one side of the seesaw (called "not enough"). You reach the point of balance (called "enough"). Another step and you're off down the other side (called "too much").
The streets are full of walking "eating too much".
The ears are full of hearing "talking too much".
The shops are full of people "spending too much".
Why?
"Wanting too much."

Whenever wanting reaches enough, it wants more; or it wants something else. Wanting is never satisfied.

The only solution to "wanting" is "not wanting".
Either by concentrating on the undesirable features of what you want rather than the desirable features.
Or by just letting go of the feeling of wanting (not the object of wanting). Like all feelings, it will pass.

It also helps to be happy. The happier you are, the less you want. When the happiest  you are, you don't want anything.


NEW PROJECT: NOT WANTING