“Remember that very little is needed to make a happy life.” – Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius points the importance of a minimalistic lifestyle.
Excess of anything is harmful. Even excess of water can kill a human being.
In the age of social media, we are bombarded with an excess of information.
It often happens that people just collect information and in the act of doing so start believing that this is actually a productive act that they are doing.
But in reality, only a little information is needed to take actions.
Similarly, it often happens with teens that they have a huge so-called friend circle.
They feel like they are making friends, making memories for life, while that is an important part of life; we all need friends and should have friends who we have a deep connection to.
However, we just need company of very few like-minded, ambitious, and goal-oriented friends, friends that help us grow in life.
In many situations very less is needed to make the most out of our lives.
So this week let’s try and remove 1 unnecessary thing from your life. It can be anything, it can literally be a hobby that you maybe do sometimes, don’t enjoy much too.
Eliminate things and watch yourself getting happier and progressing faster on the other things that you will have left.