Moe and Josh discuss minimalism, intentionally living with fewer possessions, and what it means for your life.
Becoming a Minimalist
When Einstein asked the question – If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then is an empty desk a sign? To someone like Joshua Becker, who’s widely recognized as a minimalist, it’s certainly a sign of confusion and complexity; but to some of today’s creative elites, it could be a sign of genius. Call it what you will, still we live in a consumer society where materialism still reins supreme.
Spend time on Joshua’s blog, becoming minimalist, or flip through his book, Simplify and you’ll likely walk away understanding that life is actually pretty simple, and any complexity is often self-induced. So, if you’re serious about adding meaning to life, make it a habit to continually crystalize your highest priorities and align your life accordingly. Here are Joshua’s seven guiding principles —-