As I sat at my desk, staring at the overflowing files on my computer, I couldn’t help but feel overwhelmed. It was then that I realized the harsh truth: storage capacity is not unlimited.
I remembered a lesson from my childhood, taught to me by a wise teacher. He said that in order to make room for new experiences and opportunities in our lives, we must first let go of what is no longer serving us. Only then can we allow the universe to work as it should, bringing new and wonderful things into our capacity.
With this in mind, I began sorting through my old files, deciding which ones to keep and which ones to send to the Recycle Bin. It was a difficult process, but as I made space for the new, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of excitement for what was to come.
And so, I continue to make room in my life, allowing the flow of sustenance to continue and new experiences to thrive.