Friday, January 27, 2012


Voluntary simplicity [is] a manner of living that is outwardly more simple and inwardly more rich, a way of being in which our most authentic and alive self is brought into direct and conscious contact with living.  This way of life is not a static condition to be achieved, but an ever-changing balance that must be continuously and consciously made real.  Simplicity in this sense is not simple.

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