We wish for things, for experiences, for feelings, for understanding.
We wish for companionship, friendship, sense of belonging and safety.
We wish for every need Maslow identified, we wish for what every newborn wants – to be safe from falling, to be warm, to be fed, and to have our diaper changed.
Be careful what you wish for …
Money, I need more. Education, I need more. Opportunity, I need more. Do we really more of all these things? I could use them, but I can live without them as top priorities. I’d rather create more value, do more learning and generate opportunities.
And, there is the often overlooked need for and value of sleep.
I also publish FACILITYCalgary, a weekly newsletter, free every Tuesday: to sign up, CLICK HERE
If you liked any Musing column, it would mean a lot to me if you would respond. Comments are welcome, so please contribute to the discussion. To reply, use: email@example.com . You can also connect with me on LinkedIn . You can sign up your friends here at MarkMusing.com . This site is updated daily, each column is retained in the archive when the next day's column is loaded ...