In quest for abundance

How society is screwing us over

Society, Alice Phoebe Lou

Status! status! status!… Screw it

In expense of our own authentic self we bring it to the alter and burn the real me to get more views, followers, money and recognition, as a means of achievement and status. In a not so older generation these statuses where houses, cars, expensive vacations and being married. These are good things in itself, but when this is the norm, a status, most of us will suffer, simply because it is indeed an achievement, but like every achievement, it comes with a cost.

Complete burn-out

“So many people are striving, to get to a place where they are not. They never get to arrive.” — Wyane Dyer, in The Swift

Living without etiquettes

Let’s unpack our full potential by braking out with what is told that could and could not and what is important and what not. It is us, it is you, your precious time and energy.

“If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.” — René Descartes

I propose, that we should do whatever we need to, to make things more sustainable emotionally and physically in order to answer our quest for abundance. That is by a real connection with reality and living and thinking accordingly. This is asking the ultimate question, as Seth Andrews put it or in this context the quest for abundance. The ultimate question:

More life, a mix of minimalism, bohemian and granola

“… at the end of the day, I think we all did something special again, it’s just music breathing and sleeping. Taking a walk, feeling the air, feeling your body work. Just these simple things that we sometimes take for granted and they lose there specialness, but once you become aware of how beautiful those simple things are, it can make your life a lot more beautiful.” — Alice Phoebe Lou

Writing about the Human Experience