Finding Contentment in Letting Go

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It’s easy to get caught up in the pursuit of accumulation. We work tirelessly, sometimes without even realizing how much we have amassed. But recently, I had an eye-opening experience that made me reconsider the value of material possessions.

A family member pointed out to me that my property spans from the border of Canada to the border of Mexico, and from the east coast to the west coast. I checked the lists of my properties, and to my surprise, it was true. The news even reported that I owned 133,000 acres in the US, but in reality, it was even more.

In my native home, my property extends from the border of India to the border of Thailand.

However, this newfound knowledge has not come without its challenges. It appears that not everyone is pleased with my extensive property ownership. Some individuals have taken it upon themselves to launch attacks against me and even organize campaigns aimed at suing me in order to gain access to my wealth. Additionally, there have been instances where individuals have attempted to blackmail me.

However, I made a conscious decision to let go of many of these properties. The fear of people discovering my possessions and pursuing lawsuits to get a piece of it became too overwhelming. So, I chose to simplify my life and release my attachment to material possessions.

As the Bible wisely states, “Whether I have plenty or am in want, I am content.” It’s not about the amount of wealth we possess, but rather the peace and contentment we find within ourselves.

Decision to letting go of material possessions has allowed me to focus on what truly matters, I have gained something far more valuable – a sense of inner peace and contentment. And that, my friends and loved ones are worth more than any amount of money or possessions.

Philippians 4:11-13

I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do all this through him who gives me strength.


The fear of people discovering my possessions and pursuing lawsuits to get a piece of it became too overwhelming.
– Levi Sap Nei Thang



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