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@siddygups Yeah I love hearing that part.

In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus attempt to answer the following questions:

What is one thing you always thought you wanted, but then, once you got it, you no longer wanted it?

How do you gradually declutter your home?

How do you explain greed in our society?

What do you do with the old photos after you scanned them?

How do you deal with the natural pulling away from friends with different values?

When is The Minimalists’ documentary coming out?

What charities do The Minimalists support?

Do The Minimalists gain any money from their website?

Complete show notes: minimalists.com/podcast

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

Everything That Remains contest: answers and winners

Essay: Someday

Event: 3 Caffeinated Days with The Minimalists

Video: Pack Like The Minimalists

Essay: Life Is an Acquired Taste

Challenge: 30-Day Minimalism Game

Book: Some Thoughts About Relationships

Book: Minimalism

Essay: Packing Party

Photo essay: Practical Minimalism Tips

Free meetup groups: Minimalist.org

Movie: Minimalism

Study: Some Primates Share, Others Are Stingy

Challenge: Scanning Party

Essay: Favorite Clothes of a Minimalist

Charity: The Hope Effect

How to write a letter to The Minimalists

Epictetus quote about children

Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists

The topic that these guys are discussing is really very interesting and important. Everyone considers himself to be good and wonderful, but where do the negativity and problems in our life come from, indeed? It is complicated to come to the truth, without understanding how our consciousness works. An interesting point of view on this issue in this program https://allatra.tv/en/video/sozn.... This link clarified, that the root of the problem of each person individually and modernly of society as a whole.