“Wisdom is learning what to overlook.”
—William James, American philosopher and psychologist
The first book I ever read by Robin Sharma was The Monk who Sold His Ferrari. It is an amusing and insightful story of a hard-driving attorney, determined to win every case and annihilate his opposition while he reaps the material rewards of success. As you may guess from the title, he experiences various life events that literally stop him in his tracks, and had him re-evaluate his life from a new perspective. He begins to seek a life of greater meaning and significance.
What issues, obstacles, life complexities, and other barriers are you facing that would be better overlooked?