The silver lining of discovering “just enough”


This week, I’m sharing an article from my friend, Khe Hy’s RadReads. I’ve been a long time fan of Khe’s openness, kindness and generosity.

I also love the deftness and levity with which he handles this article about the pandemic giving us the chance to explore how much any of us really need.

The answer? “A lot less than you think.”

The silver lining of discovering “just enough”
An unintended consequence of the Coronavirus is that we’re discovering that we can be happy with way less than we thought. Read more.
The silver lining of discovering “just enough”
An unintended consequence of the Coronavirus is that we’re discovering that we can be happy with way less than we thought. Read more.

Covid has turned out to be a useful pattern disrupt, giving us the chance to pause, get off the hamster wheel for a second, and really look at our lives.

Let me leave you with some nice words from the post:

Before the virus, it was easy to numb yourself by pursuing more.

Struggling in your relationship? Book a trip to the Four Seasons.

Don’t know what makes you happy? Get a Tesla.

Bored at work? Justify the misery by buying a bigger house.

And in the pursuit of more we lathered ourselves in FOMO and were paralyzed by the paradox of choice.

Seeya next Monday,

Lesley

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