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The Illusive Desire for Simplicity — Does It Take a Disaster to Get It?

For many survivors of a natural catastrophe, life is involuntarily reduced to simplicity and survival — simple shelter, enough food and water to get by for a day or two, an invaluable piece of clothing, a surviving family member or friend.

It has given me pause to look at my life from the perspective of what really matters. The question I am left with is this — In what ways do my desires fulfill my needs and yet allow me to live simply? This article is a forthright look at the illusive desire for simplicity. Continue reading

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