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Take a look on your shelf, in your closet, garage and every other room. You may notice that you have acquired a great deal of “stuff” over the years. Now ask yourself, how often do you use all of your “stuff?” Most will find that its not too often that we take an item off of the shelf or out of a box. It stays put, covered in dust most of the time dwelling within the sphere of acquisition.

Though many things that we keep are indeed useful, and have their time for use which may or may not be all that often; most are simply objects taking up space. This space could be used much more wisely, much like the infinite space within the heart.

If you’ve ever ridden on the schoolbus as a child, you know the name of this game. Too many kids cramped on vinyl seats…

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  1. island traveler says:

    A perfect time for some reality check. We tend to accumulate stuff that we don’t need. I even bought stuff before that I haven’t use. But there’s hope for change and today is that day. A few months back, we did a major home garage sale. I was shock of the tons of stuff we accumulated through the years. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day.


  2. Caddo Veil says:

    I think I have the opposite problem some times–toss things too quickly that I might have appreciated later on. However, the Caddo-Up-Side is that I have no recall of whatever I’ve tossed–so I do not miss it!! Har har har God bless you, Sunshine!


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