If you’ve ever played the party game “Bigger and Better,” you know that the basic objective of the game is for each team to start with a small, insignificant object and then try to upgrade that object by negotiating trades with random strangers for different items that are progressively deemed better by comparison.
Ironically, we’ve adopted a similar strategy in how we conduct our own lives. We all want our lives to be better than they currently are, so we dream about and chase after objects, titles, relationships, and experiences that we think will help make that happen.
The question is, how do we know what’s actually better? Is it possible that we end up settling for that which is merely good, mediocre, or even bad when there’s something out there that’s altogether better for us?
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