You didn't offend me, osso, no need to apologize. (BTW: I wasn't the one who marked down your posts.) I'm always interested in a different perspective and your post provided some food for thought.
My brother has what he calls his "I love me" stuff. It's a collection of things that travel the world with him -- he's in the Army and is often deployed for a year or more at a time. His "I love me" things are personal touchstones that remind him of his life.
I think everyone should have a collection of "I love me" things but I understand they can be cumbersome.