More Is Better Quotes by Erika M. Anderson, Bryan Kest, Wayne Dyer, David Hemenway, William A. Henry III, Neil Oliver and many others.
I’ve figured out that I don’t want to spend all of my spare time trying to make money. But, with things like fame or internet presence – things you cannot cash in at the bank – there is still a sense that more is better and that your career should be following a certain trajectory.
Please stop worrying about how much you can do! STOP judging yourself and others on physical abilities and prowess, stop believing MORE is better, stop the madness!
Where is the peace in more is better? This idea keeps us exclusively in the physical domain. You can replace the more is better belief with an inner serenity that doesn’t need more to be acceptable. There is no peace in more is better, and if it doesn’t being peace to your life, then it’s something you want to discard.
Economists are behavioural psychologists, but they think more is better; they want to make everyone richer. They should pause. More’s not necessarily better
The very essence of school is elitism. Schools exist to teach, to test, to rank hierarchically to promote the idea that knowing and understanding more is better than knowing and understanding less.
It is security that I crave and money provides security. What is that old line about money? “Some is good, more is better and too much is just right.”