Simplify. . .
Many of us desire and accumulate unnecessary possessions like it’s an addiction.
However, according to Buddhist philosophy, it can be harmful to desire superficial objects. It doesn’t lead to much meaning in life and it can leave you in an endless process of desiring when the excitement of owning these material possessions wears off. The more you can remove “things” in your life, the less cluttered you’ll feel. This doesn’t just involve material possessions, either. You can ask yourself what’s really important in your life, and focus only on your highest priorities.
A simplified life is more enjoyable and less complicated.
Peace and Love, Jim