Everything you need to understand or teach Less Is More: The Art of Voluntary Poverty by Goldian VandenBroeck.
"Less Is More," which is an anthology of ancient as well as modern voices, praises the concept of simplicity—living the simple, unencumbered life. By having "less" material possessions, man has "more"—more time to think, to learn, to create and to grow spiritually. The quotations are selected and edited by Goldian VandenBroeck. Editor VandenBroeck begins the anthology by prefacing its main theme and purpose which is finding the real value and worth of life by the denunciation of wealth and all its trappings.
Voluntary poverty is an ideal state as it is a chosen status and frees one from the burdens of gaining wealth and the concerns and worries about losing it. Such poverty is not to be confused with destitution, which is a state that is not chosen but rather a miserable existence that is inflicted upon one. The destitute people of the world need the help of the... View more of the Less Is More: The Art of Voluntary Poverty: An Anthology of Ancient and... Summary
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