Before I elaborate on Miller's article, let me segue you to a brilliant YouTube video (which I highly recommend you view immediately) by Martin Boroson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6eFFCi12v8
called The One Moment Meditation. I'm serious. Go to that link right now.
If I may be so bold, my takeaway is this supposition: What if the number one thing you are working your ass off for, struggling for, hoping for, saving for, (and fearing you'll never achieve), were right here, right now? If you make a serious attempt to watch and listen to Boroson's short video you may get a glimpse of what I'm talking about: that sense of calm well-being, satisfaction, wholeness. Why do we make it so difficult and conditional? Can you capture in a Moment the same feeling you think a 10,000 square foot mansion will give you? Please take a Moment to view the video, and then come back here.