Simplicity of living is much sought after these days.
There are television programmes and magazines devoted to the simple life.
We are drawn towards images of romantic simplicity…think of all the wonderful books translated into gorgeous films that espouse life before the Industrial Revolution.
I have to admit an interest here, as my most read novel is Pride and Prejudice and favourite film is the translation of that book onto the big screen by Deborah Moggach, directed by Joe Wright.
It is simply exquisite in it’s attention to detail that reflects the beautiful simplicity of everyday life.
And that is what we have been seeking, through consumption, for several chaotic decades now…a return to the simple life.
So, let’s define the simple life.
Well, it is simple enough to define, for it simply means, “less of!”
Yet all the media, while espousing the simple life, cheer-leads us to consume more.
So, I urge you to read the book and see the film.
Within the romantic idealism of past times there sits a very clear message…less is more.
De-clutter your life.
Embrace the sunrises and sunsets.
Open the door of your de-cluttered world to romance and fall in love with Nature.
All good will follow!
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