Contentment

“Our thought life – not our circumstances – determines whether we are content.”

– Linda Dillow, Calm My Anxious Heart

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2 Responses to “Contentment”

  1. Benjamin Ady Says:

    Indeed!

    But this is only true above a certain level on Maslow’s hierarchy, isn’t it?

    • Rachel Stanton Says:

      Good point, Benjamin! As a middle class American woman dealing with a chronic illness, I found it quite meaningful. But it certainly wouldn’t be helpful advice for someone who is starving or fleeing genocide.

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