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📒The More Of Less ✍ Joshua Becker
📝The More of Less Book Synopsis : Don’t Settle for More Most of us know we own too much stuff. We feel the weight and burden of our clutter, and we tire of cleaning and managing and organizing. While excess consumption leads to bigger houses, faster cars, fancier technology, and cluttered homes, it never brings happiness. Rather, it results in a desire for more. It redirects our greatest passions to things that can never fulfill. And it distracts us from the very life we wish we were living. Live a better life with less. In The More of Less, Joshua Becker helps you... • Recognize the life-giving benefits of owning less • Realize how all the stuff you own is keeping you from pursuing your dreams • Craft a personal, practical approach to decluttering your home and life • Experience the joys of generosity • Learn why the best part of minimalism isn’t a clean house, it’s a full life The beauty of minimalism isn’t in what it takes away. It’s in what it gives. Make Room in Your Life for What You Really Want “Maybe you don’t need to own all this stuff.” After a casual conversation with his neighbor on Memorial Day 2008, Joshua Becker realized he needed a change. He was spending far too much time organizing possessions, cleaning up messes, and looking for more to buy. So Joshua and his wife decided to remove the nonessential possessions from their home and life. Eventually, they sold, donated, or discarded over 60 percent of what they owned. In exchange, they found a life of more freedom, more contentment, more generosity, and more opportunity to pursue the things that mattered most. The More of Less delivers an empowering plan for living more by owning less. With practical suggestions and encouragement to personalize your own minimalist style, Joshua Becker shows you why minimizing possessions is the best way to maximize life. Are you ready for less cleaning, less anxiety, and less stress in your life? Simplicity isn’t as complicated as you think.
📒Summary Of The More Of Less ✍ Summary Station
📝Summary of the More of Less Book Synopsis : The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own by Joshua Becker Summary Book Preview: Minimalism can help people achieve a better quality of life by eliminating excess. An abundance of physical possessions can make one unhappy and cause undue stress. It can also distract us from our true goals in life. The best way to achieve our goals and make time for what we value is to minimize the number of unnecessary things we put into our lives. Minimalism seeks to help people achieve their goals. Minimalists do this by evaluating what is most important to them. They ask themselves a series of questions. What unnecessary items or relationships are holding them back? How often do they actually use their possessions? Could these possessions be repurposed or given to someone else who could really use them? If they died, would they regret not using their time and resources to achieve a dream or ambition?
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📒The More With Less Church ✍ Eddy Hall
📝The More with Less Church Book Synopsis : In our challenging economic times, it is no surprise that churches must get creative with their resources. But the authors of The More-with-Less Church believe pastors, leadership teams, and planning committees should look on times such as these not as hurdles to overcome but as opportunities to reconsider entrenched but inefficient ministry practices that are siphoning time, money, and energy from their churches. Drawn from time- and field-tested strategies, this practical resource helps church leaders avoid costly mistakes and maximize the return on their investment in four areas of church life--ministries, staffing, facilities, and finances.
📒More Or Less ✍ W. Redding Stephen W. Redding
📝More Or Less Book Synopsis : In More or Less, Stephen Redding shares his unique vision of life in its totality and how our participation in it colors the pathway for ourselves, the world, and the universe. Mr. Redding draws on a myriad of amazing life experiences to illustrate his global view, and he offers his readers hope for radiant and fulfilling tomorrows by offering solutions for stagnancy and positive suggestions for enhancing personal growth. By drawing out and exposing forces that negatively impact our existence, Mr. Redding equips the reader to move through life less encumbered and avoid pitfalls that threaten life's splendor. His lucid exploration of our individual roles in the existence experience makes it abundantly clear that we do, indeed, have the ability to determine whether our lives are More or Less. In an age of ceaseless bombardment by messages of greed, fear, suffering, and violence, More or Less is a positive and hopeful communiqué that allows its readers to take charge of their own destinies and bring to bear lasting effects on our world and the worlds beyond our own. No matter what stage of life the reader is in, Stephen Redding's message reaches out with compassion and kindness to offer inspiration, gentle guidance, and expectant anticipation for what lies ahead.
📒The Wisdom Of Frugality ✍ Emrys Westacott
📝The Wisdom of Frugality Book Synopsis : From Socrates to Thoreau, most philosophers, moralists, and religious leaders have seen frugality as a virtue and have associated simple living with wisdom, integrity, and happiness. But why? And are they right? Is a taste for luxury fundamentally misguided? If one has the means to be a spendthrift, is it foolish or reprehensible to be extravagant? In this book, Emrys Westacott examines why, for more than two millennia, so many philosophers and people with a reputation for wisdom have been advocating frugality and simple living as the key to the good life. He also looks at why most people have ignored them, but argues that, in a world facing environmental crisis, it may finally be time to listen to the advocates of a simpler way of life. The Wisdom of Frugality explores what simplicity means, why it's supposed to make us better and happier, and why, despite its benefits, it has always been such a hard sell. The book looks not only at the arguments in favor of living frugally and simply, but also at the case that can be made for luxury and extravagance, including the idea that modern economies require lots of getting and spending. A philosophically informed reflection rather than a polemic, The Wisdom of Frugality ultimately argues that we will be better off—as individuals and as a society—if we move away from the materialistic individualism that currently rules.
📒The More Or Less Diet ✍ Australian Government Publishing Service
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📒More With Less ✍ Bernard W. Marr
📝More with Less Book Synopsis : "An intriguing book ... Someone should give George Osborne a copy."--Allister Heath, City A.M.
📒Small Spaces ✍ Azby Brown
📝Small Spaces Book Synopsis : Looks at Japanese designs for compact housing, suggests a variety of storage options, and describes design strategies for making small spaces seem larger.
📒America S Four Republics ✍ Stanley Y. Klos
📝America s Four Republics Book Synopsis : In this powerful historical work, Stanley Yavneh Klos unfolds the complex 15-year U.S. Founding period, revealing, for the first time, four distinctly different United American Republics, beginning with the United Colonies of North America. These United Colonies formed a Congress that elected a President; declared its “Necessity for Taking up Arms;” formed an army; commissioned a commander-in-chief & generals; funded & waged war; appointed a treasurer, a postmaster general & an ambassador to France; and even issued a national currency, thus creating the first republic in a progression that ultimately formed the United States of America. This is history on a splendid scale that keeps the reader engaged, asking such questions as: Was New Hampshire or Delaware the first State? Did Congress move the Capital to recruit a Foreign Secretary? Did a President-elect actually decline the Presidency? Was the original First Amendment sabotaged by James Madison?