Simplicity and Stuff (Part 3)

“The inward reality of simplicity involves the life of joyful unconcern for his or her possessions.” Richard Foster

This 13 minute podcast is my final offering on Simplicity and Stuff. I trust that it will remind you of the Scriptural-ness, if not the benefits of living simply.

The great circuit-riding evangelist and founder of the Methodist Church John Wesley said, “Money never stays with me. It would burn me if it did. I throw it out of my hands as soon as possible, lest it should find its way within my heart.” And Henry David Thoreau said, “A man is rich in proportion to the things he can afford to let alone.”

The question isn’t, “How much do you have?” It is rather, “How much does it have you?”

Happy simplifying…


Peruse the rest of my podcast for more on Simplicity and a bunch of other themes including “Simplicity and Generosity” and “Simplicity and Pleasure.”

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