I am reading Voluntary Simplicity: Toward a Way of Life That is Outwardly Simple, Inwardly Rich By Duane Elgin.
Yes, I know, most everybody in the world has read it already. They have picked it apart and discussed it to pieces.
However, this is my first time reading it. I think that is acceptable since I was only 3 years old when it was originally printed.
Unlike every other book I have read, I am taking this one v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y. I normally read very fast, and my retention and comprehension are pretty good, but I have already read the first section 4 times, and am still thinking about it.
I am not used to reading in such a way as to absorb what is written. I normally like very light stuff that I can fly through and just enjoy the ride. I want to try it differently this time.
So this is your "fair warning", dear reader. I will most likely be posting about this book frequently in the next few weeks, trying to wrap my poor overworked brain around what this book has to say and how I could apply it to my life. It will probably be a little boring, and will most likely become repititious. Just ride it out, I will be done soon.