Cut The Crap

There aren’t that many things you need to give your attention to. Spouse, children, work, health, spiritual life, people in need. That seems like a lot, but it’s not that much when you cut out all the crap.

When you cut out the daily news, celebrity gossip, sports, day trading, what everyone thinks of you, how big your muscles are, shopping for stuff you don’t need, envy, being pissed off over someone cutting you off in traffic. The list goes on.

Did I mention gambling, and porn, and drinking, and night clubs, and heated religious and political debates, and social media? And perfectly landscaped yards, and dream houses, and dream vacations, or ruminating over everything someone did wrong?

Now that’s a lot.

Cut the crap and focus on what’s important.