“For it is not merely the trivial which clutters our lives, but the important as well.”
— Anne Morrow Lindbergh
In simplifying my life, I was surprised to note that even after getting rid of the trivial objects in my home and trivial fears and questions in my life, that clutter still remained. I am not referring to a lot of mess in a house, but the filling up of my life with important things. Granted, a full life is not a negative connotation such as a messy, cluttered house would bring to mind. A full life (and hopefully, a life well lived) is indeed a blessing. However, even a full life can be anything but simple sometimes.
My full life includes a wonderful husband that I strive to be a good wife for; my three blogs, all of which are important to me that I would not to give up; my family and friends (especially my WordPress friends); my writing, which I am engaged into now, and my home (which includes two great cats). I couldn’t, and therefore won’t, ask for anything more.
I am always appreciative of love and beauty, which in and of themselves make a full life.
What would you consider to be a full life?