At the same time possession is also frightening, it entails serious responsibility and you can lose it.
We ‘invented’ possession during our change from nomadic to settled life. Until then land, water and food belonged to nobody. With possession came rules, laws and conflicts.

Everything you ‘own’ is not really your possession. You manage it.
You care and hold it in such a way that it can grow and prosper.
The less you consider your ‘possessions’ as what you own, the less you suffer from fear of their devaluation or loss.

The more you consider your possessions as ‘mine’, the more possessive you become and the more you become obsessed with possession.

You lose the pleasure of taking care and enjoying