We live in the illusion that acquiring more will give us optionality, and therefore freedom. But more stuff rarely gives us the types of options that truly desire.
Whether it’s a job, a career, a project, a relationship, a daily practice or ritual, or a goal, how do you know when it’s time to quit?
Ending a creative project is often harder than starring one. How do you know when to quit a project?
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
If you’re struggling to let go of something that’s not serving you, it’s because you haven’t acknowledged the loss.
We tend to resist change, even when we bring it on ourselves. Our need for variety is counterbalanced by our need for certainty and stability. Letting go is the way to grow.
We tend to think of freedom as a destination: the end goal of our pursuit. But it’s the opposite. We become free not through what we do, but through letting go.