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I don’t care much for things I can’t take with me after I die. Give me love. Moments. Purpose. Things that’ll settle in the soul.

If today gets difficult, remember the smell of coffee, the way sunlight bounces off a window, the sound of your favorite person’s laugh, the feeling when a song you love comes on, the color of the sky at dusk, and that we are here to take care of each other.

When the world feels like an emotional roller coaster, steady yourself with simple rituals. Do the dishes. Fold the laundry. Water the plants. Simplicity attracts wisdom.

Unnecessary possessions are unnecessary burdens. If you have them, you have to take care of them! There is great freedom in simplicity of living. It is those who have enough but not too much who are the happiest.

A manifesto for a simple life: Eat less, move more. Buy less, make more. Stress less, laugh more. Feel blessed, love more. Find a quiet spot and breathe.

The simple things are also the most extraordinary things, and only the wise can see them.

The greatest step toward a life of simplicity is to learn to let go.

To be alive is to totally and openly participate in the simplicity and elegance of here and now.

Life is actually really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.

At the end of life, our questions are very simple: Did I live fully? Did I love well?

Happiness is simple. Everything we do to find it is complicated.

My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.

I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures.