Need for departure from hackneyed view :

How can we make our possessions evocative?

"We humans are like squirrels who spend all summer gathering and hoarding nuts and when winter comes can't remember where they are." - Marty Rubin

"You can have it all. Just not all at once." - Oprah Winfrey

But on the ground of not having lopsided or hackneyed view of possession. Possessions should be for one's self and for others alike. Then durability factor in the possession works wonders in our favour far away from its unpalatable tastes, Only then we can rejoice sweet tastes of our possessions to the full and it will be uninterrptably with us for all the time .

Below are a few pragmatic views to justify the premise :-

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Humanity


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"We have to allow ourselves to be loved by the people who really love us, the people who really matter. Too much of the time, we are blinded by our own pursuits of people to love us, people that don't even matter, while all that time we waste and the people who do love us have to stand on the sidewalk and watch us beg in the streets! It's time to put an end to this. It's time for us to let ourselves be loved."

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Righteousness


We are not exempt from doing what's right

"The word "good" has many meanings. For example, if a man were to shoot his grandmother at a range of five hundred yards, I should call him a good shot, but not necessarily a good man." ― G.K. Chesterton

"A righteous man does not conceive of himself as righteous; he is "only doing what anyone else would do," except, of course, that no one else does it." ― Martin Berman-Gorvine, 36

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Just


"When hatred judges, the verdict is just guilty."

"Then as for those who gaze upon many beautiful things but don't see the beautiful itself, and aren't even capable of following someone else who leads them to it, and upon many just things but not the just itself, and all the things like that, we'll claim that they accept the seeming of everything but discern nothing of what they have opinions about." ― Plato, The Republic

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The ULTIMATE Gift


To live is the rarest thing in the world - Oscar Wilde

"I wanted the past to go away, I wanted to leave it, like another country; I wanted my life to close, and open like a hinge, like a wing, like the part of the song where it falls down over the rocks: an explosion, a discovery; I wanted to hurry into the work of my life; I wanted to know, whoever I was, I was alive for a little while." ― Mary Oliver, Dream Work

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Equanimity


Be cool at the equator; keep thy blood fluid at the Pole." ― Herman Melville, Moby-Dick or, The Whale

"Never let the future disturb you. You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present." ― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations

"I know now that a writer cannot afford to give in to feelings of rage, disgust, or contempt. Did you answer someone in a temper? If so, you didn't hear him out and lost track of his system of opinions. You avoided someone out of disgust—and a completely unknown personality slipped out of your ken—precisely the type you would have needed someday. But, however tardily, I nonetheless caught myself and realized I had always devoted my time and attention to people who fascinated me and were pleasant, who engaged my sympathy, and that as a result I was seeing society like the Moon, always from one side." ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956: An Experiment in Literary Investigation, Books III-IV

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