Own vs. being owned

“No price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.”

– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

To own is to possess.

It’s to take charge of.

It’s to deal with masterfully.

Most people don’t own.

They get owned.

Most people don’t own their case.

They get owned by their case.

Most people have the experience that they don’t do anything to life.

They experience themselves as being done to by life.

Do you own your unwanted thoughts, feelings, and emotions?

Or do your unwanted thoughts, feelings, and emotions own you?

Do you own your, “I don’t want this. I don’t want that. It’s not fair?”

Or do they own you?

Your IWD isn’t the problem.

Your IWD only becomes a problem when you don’t own it.

Do you own your business?

Or does your business own you?

Do you own your interactions with life?

Or do your interactions with life own you?

Most people don’t own their finances.

They are owned by their finances.

“To be, or not to be, that is the question:”

– William Shakespeare

Another useful inquiry might include:

“To own, or to be owned?”


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