My actions are my only true belongings. -Thich Nhat Hanh
What does it mean to have belongings?
These are the belongings that we house inside our numerous residences -- that we keep in our purses and briefcases -- that we carry around in suitcases on vacations and on business trips.
With each passing day our belongings increase.
And then one day, as if on spiritual cue, our belongings become cumbersome details in a life that matters.
We begin the process of divestiture. We prepare for the day when we will no longer need anything we have been storing for all these many decades.
So what if our only true belongings were our actions?
How would we live differently?
What would we want to accumulate?
How would we feel about our acquisitions?
Where would we place our energies?
My actions belong to me and define my true wealth.