Much like caffeine, the excessity of electronics is socially acceptable in today’s culture. Yet as with anything, striking a balance is key.
Though our society accepts excessive caffeine consumption, it can be an addictive habit that negatively impacts your daily life in ways you may not realize.
What starts out as a way to “have fun” or check out of life and its problems can quickly become something devastating — drinking to excessity.
When used to fill an emotional void, or as a distraction from dealing with other issues, food can become a dangerous excessity.
Which of these “never enough” activities define (and limit) you?
Whatever it is you’ve gotta have — be it food, drink or “stuff” — chances are it’s still not enough. It’s time to differentiate between need and want.
The Book of Job provides an extreme example of what it means to differentiate between our desires and our needs
The power of want is so strong that the tendency to turn wants into needs often extends far beyond childhood and into adulthood.
Instead of being a slave to this consumerist society that leaves us wanting all the time, let’s delve down deeper to get at the heart of what we really need.