Trees, mist, pretty things, and thoughts from the heart of a daughter of the King
Thanks for the "stuff" link.Funnily enough, I've been living this "low-consumer, don't believe the hype" way for most of my life!Now it turns out it *was* right! YAY!!! thanks for this. J.
Wow, that was interesting! Very eye opening! I didn't know much of that. Mariah
Jen, I miss you!!! Yes, more and more I'm coming to see that living in a way that seems crazy to the world is a heck of a lot better. :-D
Yup, sad but true. I'm on a get-rid-of-stuff campain myself, and I don't want to replace it with more. Three good books on this topic: Living More With Less by Doris Janzen Longacre (Author of More with Less Cookbook - I also like the Extending the Table one that is more ethnic foods). Living More Simply, by Ronald J. Sider (I need to re-read this, haven't for a while), and Rich Christians[and others, I may add] In an Age of Hunger, also by SiderExcellent topic Sheila - we should continue to search for more ideas, guideance from the Lord, and the will to do the things that make our lives simpler, more cost effective, and more importantly, reflections of good stewardship to which we have all be called to by our Heavenly Father. Shame on us for the ways in which we have ignored these things. Hugs, Mum
and....I should learn to spell "guidance"!! sheesh! :-)
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