minimal \mi-nə-məl\

of a minimum amount, quantity, or degree; negligible.
characterized by simplicity and lack of adornment or decoration.


light  \līt\

something that makes vision possible

a particular illumination

something that enlightens or informs

the sensation aroused by stimulation of the visual receptors

The light will always come, in the stars at night and the sun in the morning.

What Minimalism is really all about is reassessment of your priorities so that you can strip away the excess stuff – the possessions and ideas and relationships and activities – that don’t bring value to your life. -Colin Wright  

Take the practices that work for you and help you live a happier life, but leave the others for those who find value in them.

Sunlight plays an intrinsic role in our lives and has a profound effect on the way we think and how our bodies function

A lot of people haven’t heard of light’s importance as ‘a thing,’ even though it seems very intuitive once you hear about it,” Benjamin says.

The part of our DNA that responds to light is so primal,” Stephen says.

“Light is another piece of that puzzle we can now add to our lifestyles that’s going to make a huge difference,” Stephen says.

As time goes on and the sun continues to rise and set every day until it flickers out, humans will continue to learn how to have a better relationship with it. There is still so much to discover, but at least we’re beginning to see the light.  -the meaning of light

Finally, when it comes to enjoying meals with others, remember to keep it simple and let the food speak for itself. “Less is definitely more—try to make sure the focus is on the raw ingredients,” Søren says. Food is an effective ingredient that always helps to enliven those human connections.  -Kinfolk

Anything less than such divine laughter, liking, delighting, and loving we do not have time for anymore! – Richard Rohr

If you get love here, you have found the eternal home base and you will easily and naturally live forever. Life is not about being correct but about being connected. -Richard Rohr

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