Currency of a Well-Lived Life

Some unsolicited advice to the younger generations (it may sting a bit).

If you think you are special, get over it.  You’re not.

If you think you are more attractive or handsome, you had nothing to do with it. Thank your parents.

Wanting and needing are very different. Be a giver not a wanter.

The true currency of a well-lived life is not what you have, but what you don’t need.  It’s about loving relationships. It’s about lifting others up, not basking in the spotlight. It’s about having compassion for those who don’t have what you think you need.

Step back.  Only then can you see how small we really are.

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