My Life, Unstuffed

When all the stories in the news cycle seem to only sadden and perplex, this story was just downright pleasant to read.  And we can all relate….reyanna

By Christopher Mari                  July 4 – July, 2016 issue              America Magazine on-line

I can’t stand the stuff in my home. I don’t seem to be alone in this evaluation. Most people think that too much stuff is no good for us as a species. We all know the reasons. Stuff prevents us from doing the things we should be doing. Stuff is bad for the environment. And the more stuff we make, use, own and bury, the worse things get. Having too much stuff is that rare thing all of us—faithful, secular and agnostic—appear to agree on, which in and of itself makes it a worthy subject of discussion.

As for myself, I have had a change of heart about stuff.

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One Response to My Life, Unstuffed

  1. Kenny says:

    If you and readers are clearing stuff, see if anything is suitable for the homeless before discarding.
    Thank you and God Bless your hearts for helping the homeless.

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