eric lewis on minimalism

cartoon by eric lewis, the new yorker, november 18, 2002

Joshua Becker

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  1. says

    Ha! It took thinking of me on my death bed to get me to begin making the switch to minimalism. I thought, “Ok, Red, when you die are you going to wish you had spent more time at the office and had more things to show for your hard work, or will you wish you had spent more time with your parents, siblings, friends?” :)

  2. Dante Iscariot says

    Ew, TWO vases AND a card on such a small bedside table? This dude’s practically a hoarder already :O

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