The dialogue of discourse today has devolved into comparison. Comparison is the thief of joy. Instead of seeing how we can get to the places we all want to go together, we are dissecting who has what.
We can only proceed forward until we let go of what others have and instead focus on meeting the needs of someone who needs our help.
This is a dramatic simplification of a complex problem. But we can at least start by looking in the mirror and ask ourselves, “How can I help someone in need today?” When we give (whether it is time, energy, or resources), something magical happens. You realize, you have enough–hence why you shared.
Each of us often have more to give then we realize.