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Simplicity is not merely a matter of having less stress and more leisure. It is rather an essential spiritual discipline that we must practice for the health of the soul. Originally published in 1981, Richard Foster's classic work explores the foundation of this discipline, its fundamental importance in the Bible, and how it has been manifested and taught by God's saints throughout Christian history. He provides a way to rethink our priorities and to "seek first God's kingdom and his righteousness", showing the reader how to live in harmony with the rich complexity of life while stressing the relationship of simplicity to prayer, solitude and the other Christian disciplines.