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Summary of Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism by Fumio Sasaki

Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism by Fumio Sasaki - Book Summary - Abbey Beathan
(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book.)
Take on the new Japanese minimalism in order to achieve true freedom.
Goodbye, Things is an interesting book for more than one reason but one of the most notable reason is that it's not made by a minimalism expert. It is by a regular person, like you and me. This makes us relate more to what he is saying and how a regular individual feels when taking on this philosophy... the results in Sasaki's life were extraordinary.
(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Abbey Beathan. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way)
"Want to know how to make yourself instantly unhappy? Compare yourself with someone else." - Fumio Sasaki
The desire of Saski to enter the world of minimalism was that he was tired of measuring the value of an individual through how much stuff he had. Humans constantly do this, develop an opinion of a person based on their income or the things he has that you don't. It creates a sense of envy and a negative environment in general. That's why minimalism started to become a thing because if you detach yourself from your worldly possessions, you'll be truly free.
Witness how the new minimalist movement changed Sasaki's life and how it can change yours too.
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