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|In The Paradox of Choice, Barry Schwartz explains at what point choice--the hallmark of individual freedom and self-determination that we so cherish--becomes detrimental to our psychological and emotional well-being.|
|He will be my own a thousandfold more than any man ever owned anything that |
he has in his coffer, more than he ... The less we own, the more it is our own, as
the great Paul says: "Possessing, we should be as if we possess nothing, and still
|As long as we imagine we own anything, that thing owns us. As soon as we know |
that we own nothing, then God owns us. A. W. TOZER Sometimes we find that the
more we have, the less we become. The more possessions we own, the more ...
|However, as they continue to do well in school, the parents expect this behavior |
and stop praising them. Yet, no opportunity for criticism is missed. ... The more we
own, the less we appreciate what we have. If we want our children to be happy, ...
|We can draw from this simple scenario that the more worldly possessions we |
own, the more others, meaning the less fortunate ones, would want to have that
piece of the pie and force us to push our worldly possessions onto them. They
|Most of us need a little more to feel really safe. ... We can say God is our only |
hope, but who among us doesn't sleep better at night when the bills are all paid
and there's still money left in the bank? ... The more we own, the more we must
|The Mistake ofplacing Happiness in any Thing that may be taken away, and the |
Blessing of Freedom in a mean Estate. ~Aesop~ The more we value things, the
less we value ourselves. ... ~Oprah Winfrey~ The more we have the less we own.
|The less we reckon ourselves, the more we can see the needs of others. The |
scripture ... reason that we need the Holy Spirit to make us realise that who we
are and what we own are all possessions of and from our Father. We actually
|But those who have less money often cherish their little as much as the wealthy |
cherish their plenty. We usually ... But the more we cherish our goods in the face
of difficulty, the less we own them — and the more they own us. No matter how ...
|we own announces a negative surprise, we're usually willing to sell as much of |
our position as we can at or above 15% less than the pre-news price. In some
cases we sell down to that level and then wait and see whether the market will
stabilize before selling more. ... The decision to unload a position in response to
a bad news story quickly, taking whatever we can get, or to sell in a ... When this
occurs, our reaction to the news story is tempered accordingly: we bid less