About the blog

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“ Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say let your affairs be as one, two, three and to a hundred or a thousand. We are happy in proportion to things we can do without”

This is written by my favorite author, Henry David Thoreau in 1845, nearly 150 years have passed and his words are still alive.

My name is Ayman and I live in a world where we all share the same disease of becoming the tools of our tools. Live consumers of a so-called “Free World”. Zombies of material obsessions, and  machines of corrupted corporations.  This is simply my own believes and my own lifestyle. It is our basic human core  to share what we have, to minimalize our lives for a better and simple days.

I don’t want to be rich or powerful. That’s not my business. I don’t want to be part of a corrupted system. The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way. Don’t give up. Don’t let your tools tell you what to think and what to feel. Don’t buy what you don’t need. Don’t be mesmerized with what ever is bright and shining. You are human beings. You are not cattle! You have a lot of humanity in your hearts.

 

Feel free to drop by me at any time 🙂 

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Email: aymanknaifati1@gmail.com

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12 thoughts on “About the blog

  1. I like what you are about! Thanks for dropping by my blog and liking my article. I wish you much success in your desire to keep all things simple and hope to stop by from time to time to remind myself that I need to pursue this as well.
    Connie Morgenroth @ Sweet Tea and Poetry

  2. Thank you for following my blog. I agree totally with you about Simplicity. Life should be simple, only we have been conditioned to equate simple with dull, plain or stupid. In school we are taught to memorise things, not question and discover for ourselves. Then we are conditioned to get into the working environment so we can earn money, and therefore join the futile and endless pursuit of material goods pretending to be Happiness. I hope the human race wakes up before it’s too late to reverse our course towards total destruction.

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