3 things about the hedonic threadmill - Deepstash

3 things about the hedonic threadmill

1) It's never enough — you'll always want more

2) The outside world can never deliver lasting happiness

3) Instead of looking at the external, look inside

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This is something I struggle with from time to time, putting it out there to serve as a reminder.

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