as an artistic movement developed in post-WWII western countries, though it was
influenced by Japanese traditional culture of Zen philosophy. Visual art of
distilled elements, sparse musical compositions and minimalist design and
architecture popularized by the German Bauhaus art school were all part of this
significant cultural movement. There’s even a minimalism literary genre that
eschews adverbs and practices an economy of words in its style.
more recently, a personalized concept of minimalism has emerged—a lifestyle of
minimalism—closely tied to an interest in mindfulness, the process of bringing
attention to the present moment, eschewing multitasking. Minimalist living is
about finding the central features of your life that bring you happiness and
let you accomplish what you need to while jettisoning the rest.
THE MANY BENEFITS OF MINIMALIST LIVING
1. Lower expenses (and more savings)
2. Less stress
3. The house is easier to clean
4. Less consumption is good for the earth
5. Productivity goes up
6. Money can be spent supporting good causes
7. Minimalists are happier
IT IS INTENTIONALITY.
IT IS FREEDOM FROM THE PASSION TO POSSESS.
IT IS FREEDOM FROM MODERN MANIA.
IT IS FREEDOM FROM DUPLICITY.
IT IS COMPLETELY ACHIEVABLE.
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