Está Na Moda Ser Minimalista

The choice of being a minimalist is all about living with what you need, doesn't mean that you must live with less stuff, but with something that will be useful and you will use really often! I guess that's the biggest definition of minimalist.

We have been living a life in a modern culture when we are told that to live a good lifestyle, we must have a lot of possession or accumulating things... But they are wrong. Minimalism brings freedom from the all-consuming passion for possessing. It values relationships, experiences, and soul-care. And in doing so, it finds life. 

 

Free Will

Minimalism is a tool that can assist you in finding freedom. Freedom from fear. Freedom from worry. Freedom from overwhelm. Freedom from guilt. Freedom from depression. Freedom from the trappings of the consumer culture we’ve built our lives around. Real freedom.

We live in a hurry, rush, and stress, We work for long hours, we run to pay our bills but fall deeper into debt. We rush from one activity to another—even multitasking along with the way—but never seem to get everything done. We remain in constant connection with others through our cell phones, but true life-changing relationships continue to elude us.

Minimalism slows down our life, teach us to do everything at the time, allows us to breathe and have a moment for us to live "life". It is all about keeping what is significant to us And in doing so, it values the intentional endeavors that add value to life.

Introducing minimalism into your life to find lasting happiness—and that’s what we’re all looking for, isn’t it? We all want to be happy. Minimalists search for happiness not through things, but through life itself. 

 

 

 

Marcelo Van Dunem