Minimalism in Everyday Life

So many people just consume and consume and don’t put anything out. I think the answer is to be absolutely minimal in what you take in and prolific in what you put out. That means you have to draw a lot more on your energy and spirit and creativity to produce something, rather than just use up all of the resources around you without producing anything. It’s a question of everybody always wanting more of this, that and the other, and when they want something, you have to take from one to give to the other. People just don’t have any sense of how little they need to get by.

~ Peter Fonseca

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