Gratitude and contentment should come first. For me, if you are a seller or entrepreneur you should be responsible and realistic enough as to what your product can really provide. Avoid overpromising like you’ll look really young forever if you buy this or that. The earth’s environment and I think to myself what a wonderful world Give the value but don’t give them an implication that the benefits will last forever(feelings of happiness included)
The earth’s environment and I think to myself what a wonderful world shirt
It will also depend on the consciousness of the buyer whenever they shop. You don’t have to restrict yourself on buying for as long as you are aware that true fulfillment and lasting happiness cannot be found externally. Buy if you need or want it but not for the sake of feeling complete only if you have it. This made me realise that I’m just like this. I actually have nearly everything I want (within reason) and certainly enough to make me happy. Most of the things I really want – which I would make actual sacrifice for – are things I can either get or make for myself (I make clothes and jewellery), or knowledge (I got books for that) or achievements
(…yeah, OK – a PhD really would make me happy) and not material things. I don’t even value the CD or book – I value the music or story/information. I’m not rich. The earth’s environment and I think to myself what a wonderful world But the minute you put me on a street with a bunch of charity shops, I turn into this person who is desperate for the thing that will make me happy and I go along the street looking for it! Just the same as the WAG who goes along the high street or the guy queueing for the phone.