|Jay||# Posted on October 11, 2014 at 8:45 pm|
Yes, I felt the same way when I read Zero Currency a few years ago. He does bring a very comprehensive Christian perspective, which I did not grow up with. I find it fascinating.
I feel like you, wanting to go 100% nomadic. To me, I see myself becoming a pilgrim, taking a vow of poverty and living as a wandering monk/priest. It is not something many people do… and a class of people that are very necessary despite their limits. Every path has limits, I guess one has to find what resonates with them.
I work and have an apartment. I take a traditional kung fu class, the focus on practical application and fighting, which keeps me tied down right now. Plus, no children yet. I know [nomadic living] will happen at some point, so I guess I do not really worry about what my future brings. I focus more on a state of being than what I do and other wordily matters.