‘The Whole is Greater than the Sum of your Bank Account’ is a great blog and worthy of re-blogging here.

Hearth in Hand

We do it all the time. After a break up, before a date, or after a long week at work. When we’re sad, happy, or angry. There is never an occasion where it is inappropriate to consume. Whether it’s by over-indulging or over-spending we try to fill a perpetual void that lies just beneath the surface of our awareness. But more dangerous than the things we buy, are the ideas we buy into; the limited beliefs that create a void in the first place. The reason why we are such great consumers is that we have bought into the fallacy of lack.


On the most obvious level, we believe that we lack “stuff”. We have been brainwashed into thinking that without ‘such-and-such’ a product, we are incomplete. We need make-up and designer clothes to be beautiful. We need expensive cars and the latest gadgets to be important. We…

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