LESS <> MORE: 15 examples

Gary GruberChange Growth Learning LifeLESS <> MORE: 15 examples

LESS <> MORE: 15 examples

No introduction.  What’s your thought about Less is More?  Here’s the list:
Less Work        <>     More time

Less stuff         <>     More space

Less expense   <>    More resources

Less wind         <>    More calm

Less stress       <>    More health

Less worry        <>    More happy

Less confusion <>    More clarity

Less weight      <>    More capacity

Less fast           <>    More slow

Less noise        <>    More quiet

Less pollution   <>    More clean

Less hate          <>    More love

Less fear           <>    More faith

Less anger        <>    More kindness

Less war           <>    More peace

No conclusion.  You draw your own and share if you would like in comments.

Comments (4)

    1. Thanks! Intentionally left out introduction and conclusion so you can draw your own and you have, beautifully. Not many will get that as well as you do.

    1. That conscious intention and practice will create more space and time, not necessarily to do more but perhaps to be more. And, with a bit tongue in cheek, quit toying with the idea and just jump in and go for it. On a more serious note, it takes time to think about it, shift gears and go at a different pace, perhaps even in a different direction.

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