Revisited: A Monk’s Guide to a Clean House and Mind

Right, this is our first epic literary review of 2020. And you may find it useful during this lockdown period. And why? Because we’re all in lockdown! Think logically, please. You need to keep your home tidy.

Shoukei Matsumoto’s work form 2018 teaches you about the right way to go about keeping things clean. In more ways than one.

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I’m off on a Japanese literature craze on this blog. In The Book of Tea there’s Teaism, In Praise of Shadows there’s a celebration of candles, and now it’s a look at the joys of cleaning.

And why not? It’s a weird time. Many of us are self-isolating due to the coronavirus and are spending more time than ever in our homes.

It’s also a stressful time—plus, an anxious one. It’s a major international crisis last in evidence during WWII and its aftermath.

For those stuck at home, with worries of the world, what can you do to take your mind off things? And what can you do to find peace of mind?

A Monk’s Guide to a Clean House and Mind

Shoukei Matsumoto’s work from 2018 discusses the therapeutic joys of cleaning. How by ensuring your home is clutter free, it provides you with a creative and relaxing impetus.

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