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Jan 12

Happy Philosopher’s Weekend Reading: Volume 7

 

Well it’s been a while since I’ve published a weekend reading list. Sorry about that. I’ve been rather busy I have been a little lazy as of late and not made it a priority. That is a feeble excuse, but the truth. You would think in between sledding (I’m the best in our neighborhood by the way) becoming a ninja gymnast (actually just working on touching my toes) and writing way too long of a blog post on early retirement I could find the time. I know several of you really enjoy these posts, so here is a new batch of tasty weekend reading goodness for you.

 

Weekend reading is a collection of articles I find thought provoking or helpful. They represent a wide variety of topics that I have filtered for your enjoyment.

 

Tara Brach is one of my favorite authors, and I love this short blog post of hers about how we limit ourselves and surrender our freedom.

 

Kevin Simler writes rather long and deep articles on philosophy and various topics that are quite interesting. I particularly like A Nihilists Guide To Meaning. It is not a quick read so give yourself a little time to absorb this one. Reading more than one of his articles per day may cause your brain to overheat so be careful.

 

Sometimes brevity is best. Don’t read this one too fast. Its about minimalism.

 

Finally, I leave you with the Life-Changing Magic of Decluttering in a Post-Apocalyptic World.

 

One can never be too prepared…

 

Namaste.

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  1. Mrs. Picky Pincher

    I ran across the post-apocalyptic decluttering piece and it made my day. Nice recommendations!

    1. TheHappyPhilosopher

      🙂

  2. ChrisCD

    Battle Axe — Check
    Teddy Bear from when I was 4 — Check
    My socks are at least folded — semi-check

    I just might survive. Thanks for giving me hope today.
    cd :O)

    1. TheHappyPhilosopher

      Haha, good luck!

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