By the same token, being a broke, homeless person seems completely rational to me at this point in my life while to others it might seem crazy or dangerous or ill-advised. It is not lost on me that I now live better than the richest kings from a few hundred years ago; I have indoor plumbing with hot and cold water, a vast array of the finest foods available from all over the world available to me locally and at an affordable price, I have electricity, an iron horse that I can travel 80 miles an hour in, medical care, good teeth - I'm wealthy beyond their imagination. So there doesn't seem to be anything weird to me about taking it all down a notch or two and shucking some of the trappings. It is simply a matter of perspective.
The following go on the pile today:
1. Modern Man in Search of a Soul by C.G. Jung
2. Everyday Grace by Marianne Williamson
3. Daily Reflections for Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
4. SuperFoods Rx by Steven Pratt, M.D. and Kathy Matthews
5. SuperFoods Health Style by Steven Pratt, M.D. and Kathy Matthews
Pickup Truck Vardo
I found it here along with a lot of other plans for tiny houses, isn't this adorable!? At 35sf it is a bit too small for me but I admire it a lot.