Death and STUFF

Having sold and given away nearly a complete household of possessions, I appreciate this outlook on life. Give it away… and lighten your burden whether getting near “death” or not.

Winging with Whitehawk

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTyZMkwGTO0O_3hQDwIQdZV4LwLnlim387qR25cdaFwsqKe01z72AThis topic has been coming up a lot lately – how to manage all the material stuff we have to deal with – often in the form of lifelong accumulations of elders as they leave it all behind for their descendants to have to handle.

It can be a rather sad (and seemingly endless) affair, going through the possessions of one’s parents down to the minutiae… knowing that much of it held sentimental value to them (and thus of somewhat sentimental to family by proxy)… but having to get rid of it somehow, just the same.

Following is a guest piece from this site, an evolving upbeat & humorous contemplation by Caitlin Doughty, and while I haven’t explored it yet, I’m curious enough to look into it at some point. Meanwhile, this post is not grim – it’s more a light-hearted ode to minimalism. Shout out to Jo…

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