Friday, 9 March 2007

“One man’s meat is another man’s poison”

“One man’s meat is another man’s poison”.

With that in mind you would most likely think that the best way to get rid of stuff you no longer require is to hold a garage sale. The problem is, this principle applies in the family even before you can start the sales. Things your love ones have been keeping maybe be deemed “junk” to you but to them, they are stuff that they have been growing up with. Is there a figure you can fix on the price tag for things of sentimental value that will allow the keeper to gladly release them? Be fair, that applies to stuff you have been hoarding too.

Also, do you really want strangers walking around your house or your compound? What if they brought their kids along and they start messing around and breaking stuff you, suddenly decided, you do not intend to sell after all. And most importantly, who is going to help clear the “pee”, “poo”, “spills” and “splats” when “accidents” happen?

“Treasured Discards”, how can we merrily reduce them and still maintain peace in the family?

My 3rd incentive: Benefit from reducing “Treasured Discards” and live happily ever after.

Look out for my postings of solutions under "Abundance from Abandoned", before your “Treasured Discards” becomes “Discarded Treasure"

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