I want my kids to know that they are my number one priority. I don’t want them to have any doubts. I want to provide the best life I can for them.
I’ve being reading a lot of books about minimalism lately. One frequently mentioned topic is embracing boredom. Enjoying being in the present moment and noticing the small things. It seems reasonable. Minimalism is partly (if not mostly) about contentment. But for me, it doesn’t work. I’m not sure if it is depression or ADHD, but …
“In daily life, we must see that it is not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy. And that gratefulness quickly leads to a satisfied, simplified life.”
It doesn’t matter if things are going good or bad, the same internal struggle is there. Distraction is an appreciable tool.
Everything’s so blurry and everyone’s so fake.