Originally posted by @christopher-albonIt's OK to get attached to things as long as we know when to let them go. Things wear out, things break, things become obsolete.
At what point is it OK to get attached to things? Do we stop when they start to define us? Are we then a product of our environment instead of what we falsely believe to be the converse?
Originally posted by @moonbusUnless, of course, one has poor circulation in an injured extremity: Leech attachment is symbiotic then.
It depends a lot on the thing. Getting attached to a leech is good for the leech, but bad for you.
Originally posted by @mchillEverything breaks down. Everything becomes obsolete. It is like our attachments are the only thing holding this world together.
It's OK to get attached to things as long as we know when to let them go. Things wear out, things break, things become obsolete.