1. Sir –

    “It is not as though there are no simple people living in the world..here I did write about one such person I know

    Could you please update the link.

    Thanks,
    Ashish

  2. I’ve been trying to simplify life for the last few months. After I deleted my facebook, twitter and other ‘unsocial’ networking accounts a couple of months ago and cut the tv viewing hours, suddenly there was lot more time for myself. There was less need of showing off. I got more time for spending with my family, reading, poetry writing etc. I think everybody should simplify their life to ‘Be free and Be happy’.

  3. Sir,

    I’ve been trying to simplify life for the last few months. After I deleted my facebook, twitter and other ‘unsocial’ networking accounts a couple of months ago and cut the tv viewing hours, suddenly there was lot more time for myself. There was less need of showing off. I got more time for spending with my family, reading, poetry writing etc. I think everybody should simplify their life to ‘Be free and Be happy’.

    Regards,
    Soumen

  4. Sir,

    I’ve been trying to simplify life for the last few months. After I deleted my facebook, twitter and other ‘unsocial’ networking accounts a couple of months ago and cut the tv viewing hours, suddenly there was lot more time for myself. There was less need of showing off. I got more time for spending with my family, reading, poetry writing etc. I think everybody should simplify their life to ‘Be free and Be happy’.

    Regards,
    Soumen

  5. true..I am currently on a no cell phone streak..and I don’t think I’m missing any important thing.Its not like the President is on the line to request me to save the world.There is nothing so important that can’t wait a couple of hours(atleast for a single guy with no obligations).The Pareto rule applies here.80% of our time is spent on the least useful activities.Cut them out and there lies your path to success.

  6. I was very pleased to find a link to the wonderful blog Raptitude.com in your article. You state that the author, David Cain, is an American. I must correct you on this. He is a Canadian, living in Winnipeg. I know this because he is my son.
    I look forward to reading more of your articles.
    Regards,
    Isabel Cain

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