Becoming Intimate With Poverty: What I Learned From Living In A Tent For Two Weeks

Becoming Intimate With Poverty: What I Learned From Living In A Tent For Two Weeks

This post was published on andydrish.com. Link below.

 

What a post from Mr. Andy Drish. An excellent reminder on perspective. I bookmarked it, hope you’ll do the same.

Andy went to the woods with nothing.

Why?

To be free. We fear so many things. And we are unhappy. To free yourself from fear, you’ll need to face it.

You’re scared of poverty?

Live it for a week. See what it means. And once you realize that you’ll survive, you don’t need to fear anymore. You’ll be free.

Excempt from this great post:

It is through stripping away everything, he learned to generate his own sense of happiness, power and peace of mind.

Seneca didn’t get lost in the trap of wanting more. He didn’t become numb to the riches in his life.

He stayed humble, grateful and grounded by making it a practice to experience poverty.

Go here and read it now.

 


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