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Books by Goldian VandenBroeck. Copyrights Less Is More: Perspective The perspective of the anthology “Less Is More” is that of the editor, Goldian VanderBroeck, who goes to great lengths in proving her belief that the simple life is the most worthwhile and satisfying one possible. Juan Jacobo Bernal rated it it was amazing Dec 23, If you’re searching for wisdom offered by the wise on living a simple life, this is the wrong book to start with.
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Aug 12, Lincoln rated it it was amazing. Here is a book to be savored in quiet moments when we reflect on our hectic pace of life; when we wonder if the race to riches is worth the struggle; or when we wonder if the earth can sustain our greed for many more generations. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover!
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Add to Cart Add to Cart. Goldian Vandenbroeck’s collection takes us into the company of men and women who discovered the elusive path to satisfaction through simplicity.
Inner Traditions September Length: Joshua rated it it was amazing Sep 04, Casey Balza rated it liked it Aug 27, The perspective of the anthology “Less Is More” is that of the editor, Goldian VanderBroeck, who goes to great lengths in proving her belief that the simple life is the most worthwhile and satisfying one possible.
Francis of Assisi and Gandhi have been made part of this work. Any of us could drag together a bunch of random quotations on a subject and then publish them as a book. VanderBroeck has gathered her “evidence” from the far corners of the world and has extended her search to all recordable history, going back as far as Seneca who lived in Rome between 4 BC and AD 45 and served in Nero’s court.
View the Lesson Plans. Grant Williams rated it liked it Aug 04, So this book is basically a collection of aphorisms and quotations on why being poor is wonderful and how to be happy without many possessions. Given that the subject is the virtues of simplicity, it seems incongruous to me that this book is probably a money-making scheme for the author.
Great story about a couple that gives up their hectic life in California to take over their parents’ orchard out east and their quest for balance. The only good part is that you might mind an occasional quote that is good.
Less Is More: The Art of Voluntary Poverty: An Anthology of Ancient and Characters
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