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.: 2.27.2012 

Wandering, Part 2

"To prepare for wandering you may have to give up some of your luxuries. This will remind you that along with most Americans you have been living a life of unsustainable luxury for too long. Along with working outdoors and meditating, relinquish some of your luxuries. Experience loss and sacrifice.

There is a passage of life in which we lose what we have and thereby see what is valuable. Someone asked me last night in my live Webcast what I thought of Lent, and though I was not raised with any religion and am regrettably ignorant of Catholic ritual, the idea of giving up something is, to me, a way of opening a window, or a space in which we can see the value of things. So give up some things. Give up your luxuries. Give up your house and your sweet Starbucks drinks; pare down your possessions; simplify your life. See if that doesn’t help you to see what is valuable and eternal. And then go on a journey. Wander."

Cary Tennis

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