We appreciate objects more when we have few of them
If we had only a few clothes, a bowl, a plate, we would know that each of these objects is precious, that it has a history and a provenance. Each gesture accompanying it would have another meaning. We would then live "with care", as the Japanese say, we would maintain, cherish and appreciate everything we own.
Happiness consists in frequent repetition of pleasure.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Over the years, the Spotify algorithms have correctly identiﬁed that I tend to like “chill” music of a certain BPM ...