Just as one must not receive, so must one not posses anything which one does not really need. It would be a breach of this principle to possess unnecessary foodstuffs, clothing or furniture. For instance, one must not keep a chair if one can do without it. In observing this principle one is led to a progressive simplification of one’s own life.
Individual liberty and interdependence are both essential for life in society.
Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment. Full effort is full victory.
It does not require money to be neat, clean and dignified.
Absolute calm is not the law of the ocean. And it is the same with the ocean of life.