When men run out of space for their stuff, they rent or build storage facilities. In the squirrel world, this is called “scatter hoarding.”
We are instructed by a consumer culture to want what we don’t have. ‘Do you have this? Get it!’ As a consequence, we become blind to what we do have, inhabiting a self-created demimonde where the light of gratitude is a dead wick.
In medicine, untrammeled growth is called cancer. In business, it’s an IPO offering.
Male menopause is done when a man realizes that more experiences won’t make a bit of difference.
What we are inclined to do, let us do more of. What we are disinclined to do, let us do less of. Inclinations and disinclinations—these are soul-speak, a language without a vocabulary.