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ENOUGHNESS

I applaud lifestyles that maximize well-being, while minimizing consumption and ecological footprint.  I like reusing, recycling, voluntary simplicity, "small is beautiful" appropriate technology which has no significant environmental impact and takes advantage of what is abundant (including human labor). I see economic growth as not always good, nor do I agree "bigger is better." I like having the freedom to take personal responsibility and say I have enough! (Note: some have no choice and practice enoughness out of necessity, beginning with frugality /  "making do.") 

MORE IS BETTER MENTALITY

I often prefer things or experiences that are bigger, louder, longer, stronger, faster, with more power or more features. To me it seems human nature to have these preferencesgiven that we all like winning over losing; that feeling small, weak, and powerless can be countered by surrounding oneself with big, strong, and powerful things; that big things, whether they be machines, houses, cars, human body parts, etc, can be thought of as status symbols. I like having the freedom to generally have more!

 

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows.

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