Our life that we break...

Wise and accurate observation of Jose Mujica, a former President of Uruguay, who was nicknamed "the poorest President in the world". It is from time to time to remind:

"Either You are happy with very little, and not loading themselves beyond measure, because happiness is inside You, You will not come.

This is not an excuse of poverty. It is a justification of restraint. But we invented the consumer society that is constantly looking for growth. When no growth is a tragedy.

We came up with a mountain of excessive needs. You have to keep buying, throw.

It is our life that we break.

When I buy something or when You buy it, we pay not with money.

We pay meanwhile our lives that we had to spend to earn that money.

The only difference is that you cannot buy life. Life is. And it's awful."


Author: José Mujica


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P. S. And remember, only by changing their consumption — together we change the world! ©

Source: fit4brain.com/10402


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