When I think of the word “simplify” I am reminded of Henry David Thoreau’s famous directive to “Simplify, Simplify!” Thoreau carried his belief in simplifying to what most of us would consider an extreme in today’s world. He chose to live alone in a cabin in the woods, off the grid (not that there was much of a grid back in 1854) for more than two years. His goal: To distill life down to its essence — devoid of distractions — so that he might discern what really matters and live authentically
Even those of us who are thoroughly committed to the concept of simplifying are unlikely (and likely unable) to take a Thoreau-esque sabbatical from our real lives to “find ourselves.” Others among us just want to make a few calming changes to our hectic lifestyles — not ponder our very existence, or take a year or two to define the meaning of life.
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