- The inherent worth and dignity of every person
- Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations
- Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth
- A free and responsible search for truth an meaning
- The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process
- The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all
- Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part
It's the end of the minimalist game! Day 31, and these were there 31 things that went. For anyone who doesn't want to to do the math that makes 496 things that I got rid of in January!
If I have learned anything so far, it is that I am apparently a hoarder of hardware, plumbing bits, partial containers of stuff, old broken tools, and boxes from stuff. It's day 29 and I'm still pretty easily finding stuff to send out the door...
Why was I saving this stuff? I guess I thought I might use it. Oh well - as of today it's 28 less things taking up space!
If you're just now stumbling in here - I'll fill you in...
My wife and I have been playing a tidying game called "The minimalist game." We're not really minimalists - we're just normal (mostly) people who, just like many others, have accumulated a lot of stuff. In my case there is all kinds of hardware and nic-nacs that I saved "just in case." To help weed all the stuff out, you being on the 1st of the month by getting rid of 1 thing. On the second, you get rid of 2 things. It's now the 27th, so.....
I think I'm running out of stuff to say at the beginning of these posts faster than I am running out of stuff to get rid of....
25 things heading out!
The day that's here is 24, so that many things head out the door!
Here's the next 23 items that are headed out in our giant game of tidying that is called "The Minimalist Game."
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