Scott Galloway never disappoints and his latest muse/rant on hoarders is well worth a read:

What is more prevalent is the hoarding of goodwill. Each of us has wealth in the form of good intentions, positive gestures, and comity toward others. Do you hoard this goodwill? The first 40 years of my life I was cheap with my emotions, not telling people how impressive they were or how much I admired and cared about them. This is the real environmental waste in our society: possessing the resources to help people feel better about themselves and not sharing that capital. After finishing this sentence, I am going to clear my mind and wish you well. I want you to be happy and prosperous. I (really) do wish you well. And there’s no reason to hoard that sentiment.

You can read in full here.