So much of our energy in life is expended getting, having, doing, becoming, enjoying, ... more and more. We have all felt, at times, that we are on an endless treadmill scrambling to complete a never-ending “To-Do” list. This is exhausting! The Buddha suggested a “Not To-Do” list that actually leads to greater happiness when he said, “If by renouncing a lesser happiness, one attains to a happiness that is greater, then let the wise pursue that happiness which is greater.” What did the Buddha have in mind? This is the subject of tonight’s talk.