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Elegant Simplicity: Reflections on an Alternative Way of Being

by John Reed

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0954127552, Paperback)

'Elegant Simplicity' is learning to live with less, to respect others, to control one's ego and try to preserve the precious resources on our planet. We have complicated our lives with possessions, riches and clutter, whereas only in inner and outer simplicity can true fulfillment and happiness be found. By demanding less, we should be ready to give more. We can respect our finite natural environment, overcome our ego and all that it demands, learn to love with our souls and live without pride. Therein lies understanding and happiness. This title includes review coverage, adverts in alternative press, and author interviews.

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