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August 06, 2013

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Denise | Chez Danisse

I often consider my desires, and question their roots. Are these true desires, or habits, or stemming from what others desire. When they are true I embrace them. I also believe less is often more. Finding our own balance is key. Interesting topic.

Lesh@TheMindfulFoodie

LOVE this Lucy! Gosh you have a knack for beautifully describing the complex ~ so succinctly too, might I add. So, so interested in Reclaiming Epicurus ~ the reading list is ever expanding xx

{PS: Love Denise's comments too about desires being confused with habits and others desires.}

Elaine

Your writing is also a thing of astonishing beauty. Another very good thing about your returning to "werk." The topics, tone and style of your recent posts. LOVE.

I'm not referring to myself (at all!) when I say you have such intelligent and articulate readers. I do appreciate Denise's and Lesh's insights.

Another philosopher said, "To know when you have enough is to be rich beyond measure" ~ Lao Tsu. So wise and true.

I'm intrigued by the fasting regime you're following. Will check out the details. Shall also add "Reclaiming Epicurus" to my short 2013 reading list.

xx, e

Johanna GGG

Indulging in books and restraint in your eating sounds like a wise life - so glad the books are delighting you - and the fasting thing fascinates me - maybe one day I will do it.

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