Living with Less The Upside of Downsizing Your Life Mark Tabb won t ignore the facts about the hectic pace of modern life that we are ironically often too tired to acknowledge and change In his candid and spiritually insightful Living with Less he d

  • Title: Living with Less: The Upside of Downsizing Your Life
  • Author: Mark A. Tabb
  • ISBN: 9780805432961
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mark Tabb won t ignore the facts about the hectic pace of modern life that we are, ironically, often too tired to acknowledge and change In his candid and spiritually insightful Living with Less, he declares, The only way to get out of life is to choose less Less stuff Less activity Less wanting May God give us the courage to choose less stress in ordMark Tabb won t ignore the facts about the hectic pace of modern life that we are, ironically, often too tired to acknowledge and change In his candid and spiritually insightful Living with Less, he declares, The only way to get out of life is to choose less Less stuff Less activity Less wanting May God give us the courage to choose less stress in order that we might experience of the life he has planned for us.

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    1. This book is a decent investigation into the basics of existential downsizing. Not existential in the Camus-ian sense, but existential in the sense of existing/living/loving/surviving with less. crap. in. your. lifeen!The book is a good kick in the rear to get you thinking about how you may be able to simplify your own existence, but isn't tremendously well written. In fact, while reading this book, I was constantly hit with the thought that "yes, indeed, I too could become an author." I'm sorry [...]


    2. Preaches to the choir (only those interested in living with less would pick up this book, but it's a treatise on why you should live with less) and offers very little substance. The anecdotes sound invented and fake.


    3. In this world of excess, this is a great encouragement to learn to do with less so that we are free to help others as God leads. Obviously, there's a lot more to this book, and it was a very good read.


    4. Just wasn't my cup of teadidn't realize it was written with such a religious bent. Loved the initial concept, but couldn't get past the intro (or the table of contents, which I subsequently checked).



    5. I've read several other books dealing with the concept of embracing a simpler lifestyle, but this one went much deeper into the attitude that underlie such a change, and the spiritual truths that apply to them. This is not a quick how-to book, (although he does give some how-to tips), but more a book to get you to think deeply about your values.


    6. I own this, Kindle edition. Thought I'd be reading a book giving the particulars of how many coffee mugs should be kept in my cupboards and instead was engaged on a soul searching, God focused encounter on how to strive for what's important in life. He quotes often from famous Christians such as CS Lewis and Bonhoeffer. There are many quotes from Richard Foster, Celebration of Disciplines, which I'm studying with my Sunday school class. The two books have gone hand in hand- an unexpected encoura [...]


    7. Sometimes you have to just say no. This book fundamentally changed the way I look at how I choose to spend my time and my family's time. It starts out a little morbid, but how true it is that if we hope to complete our lives and be remembered a certain way, we have to decide on how to spend the time that we have, day by day. Really, our days are what add up to our lives and the way that we affect our familes and friends with our words, actions and inactions, is what ends up being our lives.


    8. I loved this book. It was hard to put down. The author tells it like it is. I had originally purchased the book because of the title and had no idea what I was in store for. Downsizing your life is easier in midlife than in earlier years. The spiritual rewards are great and so worth the sacrifices that need to be made.


    9. Read to find real time!The conclusion is better than what I had feared. This book will help you find a better way to spend your time. It is well written with humorous stories throughout


    10. An insightful book about becoming more by living with less. Less things, less stress, less hectic life. Then we have more time for God. It's a book I'll keep around to remind myself that less is more.


    11. The most poignant point for me was that speed is the enemy of influence. In order for my life to matter to those God put in my life, my life needs to be smaller in every way: less of me, less stuff, and less appointments on the calendar.


    12. Very enjoyableI would definitely recommend this book. I really enjoyed it. Some spiritual books can be a heavy read. However this book was so easy to read , and so practical. Very enjoyable.


    13. Living with Less was a decent book about downsizing and minimilizing your life with a Christian bent to it. it's alright. there's probably better books on the subject tho



    14. Not so much as a how to but a philosophical book with religious undertones regarding WHY to simplify ones life


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