The Concept of More

Mindset / Motivation

The Concept of More

Comparison is one of the biggest problems in the modern era.

With the growing effects of social media and the ease with which we can access information online, there is no limit to what someone can have or want.

We always want “more” money, “more” happiness, “more” success and “more” of “everything”.

Even when going through a journey of personal growth and learning, unless we define our end state, we are always looking for more knowledge, “more” experiences, “more” skills and “more” wisdom.

Did you know that the idea of having “more” is a paradox?

When thinking about linguistics, “more” is usually compared to something.

However, when we decide that we want “more” of something, we often forget to add what we are comparing against.

For example, if we say we want more money, can we specify more than how much or whom?

When we specify more happiness, can we be sure if it’s “more” compared to what?

Our mind tricks us into a state of abstraction when we start thinking about “more”.

We don’t define our “more” because it is uncomfortable and pushes us past our comfort zone.

We don’t define our “more” because we don’t have a reference point.

We must understand “more” and become specific about what we want and need.

Have you thought about how much more of something you want?

What must happen so your quest for “more” doesn’t consume your life?

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