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Der Film wirft einen Blick auf die unterschiedlichen minimalistischen Lebensstile. Es gibt viele Arten, aus weniger mehr zu machen und auch ohne Konsum und Leben im Überfluss eine glückliche und erfüllte Existenz zu führen. In dieser Dokumentation kommen Menschen zu Wort, die das amerikanische Ideal ablehnen, dass Materialismus glücklich macht. Manchmal ist weniger mehr. Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things. + 1 Std. 18 Min.Dokumentationen. In dieser Dokumentation kommen Menschen zu Wort, die. lundbergshojochskoj.se - Kaufen Sie Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. Die Doku „Minimalism“ beleuchtet Gründe und Auswirkungen unseres Trailer: Minimalism – A Documentary About the Important Things.
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. In Minimalism , Simple Living. Love people and use things, because the opposite never works Letting go of things Watching the documentary motivated me to do a minimalist challenge.
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How might your life be better with less? Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life -- families, entrepreneurs, architects, artists, journalists, scientists, and even a former Wall Street broker -- all of whom are striving to live a meaningful life with less.
Having spent the last two-and-a-half years living on a 25 foot long sailboat, I am in a position to say a word or two about minimalism.
And it could be said that in the realm of living a minimalistic life people who live on boats have been doing it for a long long time, much longer than what these filmmakers propose.
What I appreciate about the film is that it does propose a great many good thoughts for conversation on how life can be more full with less stuff.
Unfortunately where this film fell quite flat for me was in that most of the interviews are with people who are well- to-do making six-digit incomes and deciding that they don't want a big house instead choosing to live a minimalistic life which is fine.
But a great many people choose to live minimalistic lives that are not as wealthy, and are simply working-class folks.
And as some of the reviewers here have pointed out a film about minimalism should be perhaps much shorter and to the point, so here is mine on the advantages of a minimalistic lifestyle.
I am asked often what it is like for my life on my small sailboat and the answer is that I have found stuff creates anchors.
Like the death with ten thousand small cuts these anchors are each and of themselves so tiny, so small, so insignificant, that one does not notice them but in totality they wind up creating a sort of quicksand trapping you in place, doing a thing so that you may hold on to these things.
And that a life where your identity is deeply embedded in the things around you that are yours is in fact an extremely hollow form of existence.
As it stands for the warmer half of the year when I arrive home from work if there is wind, 15 minutes later I'm out sailing with very few anchors trailing behind.
I'm glad someone is saying these things about minimalism, I'm just not so sure these guys did the best job of it.
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The documentary features tiny houses as well; as would be expected, considering how tiny houses are the apex aspect of minimalism.
We hear the stories of a few residents of tiny houses. The stories told are similar to the other featured guests on the documentary, although they differed slightly.
One tiny house owner said she was diagnosed with MS and moving into a tiny house helped alleviate the symptoms.
Again, the documentary does not really explore the how, finances are not discussed beyond a broad sweeping statements. We get that these guests featured on the show are well off in their former lives, we get that the Minimalist themselves were conventionally successful, what this minimalist documentary does not do is give an adequate how to on how to actually be minimalistic.
To be charitable, I think anyone watching this can probably do something in their lives to be more minimalistic.
Probably the closest we get to actually seeing something of substance is project , which seems like a great way to cut down on superfluous clothing.
And to extend another point of fairness, Milburn and a couple other featured guest showed what they packed with them.
Milburn keeps his luggage down to one bag, a couple articles of clothing and a laptop basically. Milburn and Nicodemus now are living the dream as bloggers and traveling salesmen selling their book across the US, but how.
Some of the guests on the show are minimalist templars, being able to navigate the world without being encumbered with the daemons of materialism, being able to be the hero of our radical free souls and being able to say NO to six figure incomes and able to withdraw from the ruthless world of careerism.
I wish we got to glean into the how these people did it, did they embrace an early retirement strategy such as FIRE financial independence, retire early , were they financially smart enough to not go into mountains of debt?
You can make incremental changes and undergo your own tailored version of minimalism. But of course, the people we see in the documentary extol probably one of the highest orders in the minimalistic pyramid.