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GoodBuy, Things! Written by: Fan Xi Yu | Book of The Day from DR. MEL's MESSAGE



Why Our Homes Are Full of Stuffs That We Don’t Need: A Look at Materialism and Our Spiritual Well-Being


We all want our homes to be comfortable, inviting and clutter-free, but often, our homes are overrun with senseless objects bought on impulse or without a true purpose. Why Our Homes Are Full of Stuffs that We Don’t Need takes a deeper look at why we fill our homes with useless clutter and how this affects our spiritual well-being.


The book explains that the cluttered and chaotic homes we live in is a direct symptom of materialism running rampant in our society today. We are always looking for ways to buy more things, whether it be with the latest trends, marketing campaigns, or just playing into our own sense of insecurity. In extreme cases, some people accumulate so much stuff that their homes become cramped, cramped and health- hazgered, deteriorating their mental and physical health.


The book goes on to explore why materialism does not make us happy. Although retail therapy might offer temporary relief, it can quickly lead to guilt and overspending, creating a cycle of unhappiness. As we seek validation in things that don’t provide any true fulfillment, we become disconnected from our life’s mission and from a spiritual perspective.


The book illuminates how reorganizing our home and giving ourselves permission to part with the things we don't need can help restore balance to our lives. It explains that taking control of the clutter around us can be beneficial for our mental health and for our spiritual journey.


Should you choose to read this book, you can expect to learn about how your home can become a sanctuary of peace and why materialism will not make us happy. You will be provided with a roadmap of reorganizing your home to create a more balanced living environment and reap the rewards of spiritual well-being.




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