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Simplicity. What does it mean? …As Jennifer Kavanagh states in the introduction: ‘Simplicity is neither simple to achieve nor easy to define. Is it the opposite of complexity? Is it a lack of elaboration or a lack of excess? It may be all of these things but there is a positive quality to simplicity that is more than a set of negatives, and surpasses form.’ These questions are expanded upon...
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Fitzrovia News

When things gets a bit on top of you there’s nothing like a good clear out to physically and emotionally de-clutter your life. In this slim volume Fitzrovia author Jennifer Kavanagh looks beyond de-cluttering and encourages us to find a deeper often spiritual meaning to and enjoyment from a simpler life. As an atheist I’m not attracted to the religious passages (Kavanagh is a Quaker) but I’ve...
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The New Seeker magazine

Jennifer starts her book by saying “Simplicity is neither simple to achieve nor easy to define.” “Simplicity” she says, “is not just a lifestyle option, but an attitude of mind, a path for the inner as well as the outer life.” She also says, “It is not so much to do with possessions, as with our attitude to them. After all, ‘the root of all...
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Caring Global Citizen

This book is for anyone who finds themselves overwhelmed by the clutter of material things or overly busy. It is also a book for those who wish to live more consciously as a caring global citizen. It is a thought provoking primer for those seeking to find a simpler more fulfilling life in our chaotic world. Each of the chapters individually can be a meditation on the lessons and gifts that...
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