It’s not what you have, but what you enjoy that constitutes your abundance.
Your real riches are riches in your head and heart. Wealth without enjoyment is little consolation.
True satisfaction comes from appreciating what you have.
There are two ways of being happy: you must either diminish your wants or augment your means.
It’s always better to appreciate things you cannot have than to have the things you cannot appreciate.
Your riches will always lie within you, not in your material possessions.