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Can You Live In A 258 Square Foot Apartment? This Guy Can……

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If you ever complained about the size of your house, you have to watch this video, trust it will make you be so thankful of the house or apartment you live in… When Christian Schallert isn’t cooking, dressing, sleeping or eating, his 24 square meter (258 square feet) apartment looks like an empty cube. To use a piece of furniture, he has to build it.

This apartment is located in Barcelona, Spain. The tiny apartment is a remodeled pigeon loft. Christian, the owner, says the space was inspired by the space-saving furniture aboard boats, as well as the clean lines of a small Japanese home.

What is truly remarkable about the design of this apartment is that the space can change completely because of the mobility of its features… So what do you think, do you think you would be able to live in an apartment like this one? Me…

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Pope Francis’ suggested New Year’s resolutions

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VATICAN CITY — When Pope Francis met before Christmas with Vatican employees, mostly lay people with families, he asked them to do 10 things. The list sounded remarkably like suggestions for New Year’s resolutions:

— “Take care of your spiritual life, your relationship with God, because this is the backbone of everything we do and everything we are.”

— “Take care of your family life, giving your children and loved ones not just money, but most of all your time, attention and love.”

— “Take care of your relationships with others, transforming your faith into life and your words into good works, especially on behalf of the needy.”

— “Be careful how you speak, purify your tongue of offensive words, vulgarity and worldly decadence.”

— “Heal wounds of the heart with the oil of forgiveness, forgiving those who have hurt us and medicating the wounds we have caused…

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