There comes a point when you realize that these things, these brands, aren’t “enough.” Having more or better or best doesn’t provide you with a lasting sense of having more or being better or being best. It’s a rather fleeting experience, this romantic attachment to brands, and I find that if I’m not careful, the search for having more or better or best is a precarious journey into the infinite. When you depend on finite objects-or brands-to provide you with a long-term sense of self or love or pride or achievement, you start yourself out on a path with no end. No object, no product, and no brand can provide you with ultimate, infinite satisfaction.
― Debbie Millman,
Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design
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