When the sales associate came up to me and asked me if I needed help finding anything, I instinctively told her NO.
But then I realized I wanted love, respect, friendship, acknowledgement, loyalty, and happiness.
No matter how hard she or I looked, going through every single shelf on every single aisle, she could not help me.
How much of our time do we spend shopping for physical things, while missing out on what’s truly valuable?
Are we so busy collecting toys that we forget about the precious relationships around us?
How should this affect where we spend our time and money?
Next time a sales clerk comes up to you and asks if you need help finding anything, you will remember this.
Now you cannot forget this— just try to!