Lightweight lifestyle

[ disassociated ] Lightweight lifestyle explains well the idea that “You don’t own your possessions, your possessions own you.”.

Society percieves the owner of a big house which can hold more possessions as more successful, when in fact he may be held in bondage by high house payments, taxes, utilities, repair costs, and a general lack of freedom.

In an ever-increasing need for protection he acquires security lights, burglar alarms, double locks, fences, and moves into a subdivision with a locked gate. He pays large insurance premiums so he can afford to replace everything in case all his protection doesn’t work.

Do you have too many things? What are you going to do about it?

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