De-crapify your life…
Stop trying to organize
all of your family’s crap.
If organization worked for you,
you’d have rocked it by now.
It’s time to ditch stuff and
de-crapify your world.
If this resonates with you like it does with me, it is good advice.
De-crapifying your life. That’s a good one.
But how exactly do you let go of all of those precious things that clutter your home?
So much of our life is about collecting things so that we are prepared for anything…
Because we never know when things might happen and leave us cold, hungry or destitute.
So the more we have stored up the longer we will survive.
And not only for ourselves, but also for our entire family.
How many times have you been scared into doing things?
It is one of the very best advertising tactics and has been practiced for many years by successful, big business companies.
It is one of the most effective ploys used in Church also.
If you are a Church goer, how many times have you heard the threat of going to Hell by not following all the rules before you?
The impossible, ongoing, rigid, ever changing, RULES.
Of coarse there is the possibility of atonement,
but it is seriously difficult if not impossible
to conform to, let alone attain.
Unless you make it to the top rung – where anything is okay and absolved immediately.
If I sound a little cynical here, perhaps I am a little bit that way.
Disillusioned by the best.
The most charming, charismatic, good looking people
are the best con artists I HAVE EVER KNOWN.
And when they are done using you, moving on to their next target, what do you have left?
All that left over crap.
Yes it’s true.
You are left trying to figure out;
- What you did wrong this time.
- How you could have been better.
- What more you could have done.
- How you could have been more loving.
- What really happened?
- Why can’t they love you like they said they did.
- Why everything they said was contradicted in time.
- Lies, lies, and more lies.
And then there are all those memories left over.
The new set of dishes you bought to brighten up the table.
The new towels to make the bathroom look bright and cheery. (His favorite colors, of coarse.)
The clothes you bought together when you were on vacation.
Everywhere you look reminds you of something you shared together.
And on goes the list.
But where is your life partner, your soul mate?
Oh he’s gone. On to the next younger, better looking victim.
He needs so much more attention than you are able to give him, you know.
You just aren’t supportive any more.
It’s no wonder people get depressed and despondent after a few tries at the “happiness ever after” life.
Both male and female have their stories. It’s hard for both sides of the coin, not just one.
Thus, the left over crap on both sides of the relationship.
A house full of miss matched, mixed memories.
And then there is the need for fulfillment yourself. How do you justify all that time lost.
By buying more things.
Things that are new, and shiny, and bright and fluffy.
- New clothes that don’t remind you of him.
- New towels that are your favorite color.
- New, new, new.
- More, more, more.
No wonder the house gets a little crowded.
But you are doing the best you can.
You are a survivor, and you are doing well.
The thing is, when did we ever imagine our dream house filled to the brim with stuff?
I sure didn’t.
But there it is.
Abundance to the max.
Maybe it’s time to de-crapify my own life and remember what I really want out of life.
Deep, meaningful relationships.
More love, instead of more things.
More time to spend with my loved ones, instead of cleaning and dusting things.
How about you?
Maybe we could all de-crapify a little bit.
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Remember to Live life to the fullest – Every day, and be compassionate to everyone, including yourself!
Do what you LOVE.
and keep doing the things that make you happy!
Live – Laugh – Love
Leave the past in the past and enjoy the day you have right now…
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