Simplicity As Resistance

We live busy overstuffed lives that require attention to and coordination of multiple details and schedules. As summer months begins, we might recall the wisdom of our religious ancestors like Henry David Thoreau who wrote (nearly 200 years ago): “As for complex ways of living, I love them not, no matter how much I practice them. In as many places as possible, I will get my feet down to the earth.”

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