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"Richard Foster's principles for simplicity: Buy things for their usefulness rather than their status or prestige. Learn the difference between a real need and an addiction. Develop a habit of giving things away. Avoid unnecessary and short-lived technological gadgets that promise to "save time." Enjoy things without owning them (public libraries and state parks). Nurture awe and appreciation for nature. Spend more time outdoors! Get out -and stay out- of debt. Use plain, honest speech. Say what you mean and keep your commitments. Reject anything that oppresses others (buy Fair Trade products). Live simply so that others may simply live." -Richard Rohr

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