Small houses, small gardens, small vehicles, small pleasures. Small incomes. Small needs.
My path is to live and to model that life. Enrich my networks. Take care of what I have and get rid of what I don’t need. Place myself in situations of humility and of trust: monasteries, communities, neighbourhoods, islands. You can’t be small in isolation. Living small means asking for help, accepting it, giving it back.
My caution is to resist letting my needs mushroom mindlessly. The goal is to simply stay small.