Masa Ofei,Michael Ofei

The Minimalist Vegan

The Minimalist Vegan by Maša and Michael Ofei is less of a how-to book, and more of a why-to book. A manifesto on why to live with less stuff and with more compassion.
They explore the intersection of minimalism and veganism and all that each complimentary lifestyle has to offer. They dive deep into conscious living and what it actually means.
With chapters on topics such as "The More Virus" and Courageously Simple to The Superior Species and A Plastic World, Masa and Michael cover every aspect to help challenge your way of thinking.
Their hope is that by the end of it, you’ll have the thirst and passion to architect your life in a way that brings you purpose and joy each and every day.
They have written this book to be read within a few hours. Yes, even if you’d consider yourself to be a slow reader! Each chapter can be read independently, so you can jump ahead to a section that resonates with you. However, reading the book from start to finish is a great way to build momentum as you manifest your ideas and dive into a more conscious way of living.
78 printed pages
Original publication
2018

Impressions

    Mariashared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot
    🎯Worthwhile
    🐼Fluffy
    💧Soppy

    Very good book, simple to read and understand. It gives really significant evidence and demonstrates the importance of being a friend of the nature and respect the nature. I support all things written here very much. 🌿❤️🤗

    mariyafedoretsshared an impression3 months ago
    👍Worth reading
    💡Learnt A Lot

    Mari Dombroshared an impression5 months ago
    👍Worth reading

Quotes

    Ina Risnantyhas quoted2 years ago
    we come into this world with nothing, and we leave it with nothing. Fill your life with emotion, excitement, memories, and love. These are the things that will leave a lasting impression on you and everyone that you cross paths with.
    Yokosquawhas quoted10 months ago
    Remember though that we come into this world with no possessions, and we leave it the same way. Letting go of these attachments can be liberating.
    Yokosquawhas quoted10 months ago
    It’s okay to be selfish and say no sometimes. You only have one life, really ask yourself what you want to be doing with your spare time.

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