When life is simple, I don’t need much to live.
I don’t need much to pursue my passion. A cup of coffee, a place to write, and my thoughts tumbling onto the page will do just fine.
I don’t need much to cultivate meaningful relationships. A friendly companion, a full-belly sunset, and a good conversation sound just right to me.
I don’t need much to contribute to others. A day at a soup kitchen, an afternoon with Habitat for Humanity, and some advice for a troubled friend goes a long way.
I don’t need much to grow. Daily action, small incremental changes, and a commitment to constantly improve my life will keep me growing.
I don’t need much to live a meaningful life. And neither do you.
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