Friday, February 24, 2017
"If one treats the space where they work as sacred then, in kind, all of the items in that space should be there to support the purpose at hand. If one treats the space they dine in as sacred, it should be the same - to support and enhance the act of having or sharing a meal. And, if one treats the place they rest as sacred, one should remove and not allow anything that does not support that purpose (for instance, having a television or computer in the bedroom)."
"This is yet another way you could create healthy constraints that define and determine what constitutes enough for you. Determine those times and spaces that are sacred to you. Only allow items and tasks within to support the intentions and actions to be practices, and eschew anything that does not."
-Patrick Rhone, as culled from Enough