A woman who called herself Peace Pilgrim began a walk across America in the 1950s. She had reduced her possessions to what she believed necessary and essential. Her clothes and a few items in her pockets served her. Living at the need rather than want level made her feel liberated and empowered. She said, "a persistent simplification will create an inner and outer well-being that places harmony in one's life."
Seek simplicity for yourself by writing responses and see where they take you:
How might you return to simplicity? In what ways will it assist with contentment?
On what scale do you rank possessions and endless striving? How necessary are these aspects of your life?
Does technology add to or reduce complexity in your life?
What would you do to reduce daily clutter in physical items and mental issues?
Describe emotional crutches that provide illusions of security?
Which rituals do you use to start the day?
In what ways do you silence sensory overload daily?