Please see Minim design philosophy

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  1. Great philosophical post! On another note, I was wondering if you all bought the complete Fencl plans or just the framing plans to build your houses?

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  2. Even atheists and agnostics might agree that as the old addage goes, “cleanliness is next to godliness (or instead of “godliness” insert your favorite non-denominational terrm here)” I agree that our attempts to create a sanctuary where order reigns supreme, juxtaposed to the “chaos” of nature is a logical human compulsion. But my hope is that we will evolve into a state where we no longer see nature as chaotic: that we will be able to celebrate the perfect order of nature in our design rather than produce ordered environments as a negative reaction to it. Of course we can already see this happening. Let it proliferate.
    “Did you ever grow anything, in the garden of your mind?” -The late great Mr. Rogers

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    • p.s. some of the above comments above were influenced by the Great Carpenter/Sage, Anthony “T-bone” Gilfchrist

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