Going minimalist

That will be a very big project in my life. I don’t know where that will lead me but i could end up owning only what’s in my backpack. No car, no fridge, no phone line, no rent.

I would like to keep my laptop for communication and blogging purposes as well as a phone number registered to a voip provider in order to be able to send and receive text from my computer, to have a virtual voice mail and to make call through this number when I’ll be on WiFi with a “skype-like” software. It only cost about 2$ per month.

For all the rest, well, i think i could live without. I could travel north to south to follow the seasonal temperatures changes. With just a passport, i can go far.

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  1. Tommy, RE: Your wonderful mission for minimalism. Isn’t minimalism about Solidarity? Minimalist by itself as are Vow’s of so-called ‘Poverty’ are relative & lacking in qualitative governance. Mohandas Gandhi & others pose the human question as living in ‘solidarity’ with those who have the least of necessities. In 1979, I took a Vow-of-solidarity stimulated by living with Dukobours & my role in establishing British-Columbia’s Uranium exploration & mining moratorium. I spend my time & money towards only food, shelter, clothing, warmth & health for my family & myself for the past 38 years. I’m vegetarian for 45 years, vegan 29 years & 80% raw 18 years. Because of this guideline to my relations with people & planet, I feel rich & surrounded by wonderful complexity. https://sites.google.com/site/indigenecommunity/relational-economy/solidarity

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