Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Manifesto for a Simple Life — BayArt

When living in New York and working in the corporate world helping to manage the portfolios of the world’s wealthiest clients, my friends and peers sacrificed various of the values this guide for a simple life recommends. Not surprisingly, it brought imbalances into our lives. It affected the choices we made, ironically our finances, the […]

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Saw the above really like it …Noticed the above post at “BayArt” having seen that Markovich Art @ followed “BayArt”

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Taking a moment, paying attention to take a moment “to breathe” … the art and craft of being present.

Often used to say to my sons, “The real miracle is waking up in the morning with breath in your body. After that everything else is a bonus!”

The idea “make do with less” ties in with the “slow movement” and the Buckminster Fuller concept of Ephemeralisation the art of doing more with less.

So thank you BayArt for reminding us all to breathe … to take a moment … to be present.


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Must We Justify Our Right to Exist? –

“Automation provides the means to reduce the amount of hours people work for the many not the few” 

“We should use quantitative easing to invest in local community automation projects to generate wealth for the many  at source instead of importing goods and exporting capital to the corporations and making the few wealthier!”