Domus - - CONTENTS - Michele De Luc­chi

Poverty is an ex­tra­or­di­nary source of in­spi­ra­tion. It’s an ad­ver­sity, but it can turn into riches. Desti­tu­tion, in­stead, of­fers no hope. It takes root phys­i­cally and men­tally and it only gen­er­ates more desti­tu­tion. Poverty can be in­voked and be­come a choice. It has a great strength be­cause it spurns the su­per­flu­ous. It sep­a­rates the nec­es­sary from the use­less, and it re­jects ex­cess, ef­fron­tery and lux­ury.

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