Freedom of Simplicity

by Richard J Foster

Hardcover, 1981




A revised and updated edition of the manifesto that shows how simplicity is not merely having less stress and more leisure but an essential spiritual discipline for the health of our soul.


Harper & Row (1981), Edition: 1st, 200 pages

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LibraryThing member Amsa1959
Richard Foster has in a very humble way written his thoughts about how to lead your life as a christian in a simple, grateful, humble and conscious way. It´s about solidarity with those not so rich, it´s about taking care of our world and it´s about freeing ourselves from the demands of this
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world, about how to be content with what we have, about trusting in God and about finding peace through a simpler way of life without isolating yourself from the world. I liked it. It´s of course a bit provocative sometimes but it makes you think.
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LibraryThing member jasongibbs
This book sat on my self for nearly ten years. When I finally read it, it changed my way of thinking. If you think you may be influenced even slightly by consumerism or if you have a crazy, jam-packed, scheduled lifestyle, read this.
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