The Dignity Of Simplicity
(The State Of Being True By Me)
As Albert Einstein said, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” It’s true; everything should be pared down as much as possible to fit our lives, but not beyond that point or we have actually crossed the line into complication. According to my friends, dignity is simplicity itself. You should just be yourself, the simplest you can be. Simplicity is how you respect yourself from being simple. But for me when you talk about of dignity ladies and gentlemen, we are also referring to purity. I believe that simplicity is at its best when it is uninfluenced and that it speaks altruism and honesty. Simple in the sense that even mistakes can be accepted because of its purest intent to do so.
What is Simplicity?
Simplicity means centring in on that which is important and letting go of the rest. It can mean living with few possessions and entanglements, but more broadly it is an attitude, an approach to life. Simplicity allows us to consume less. It differentiates needs from wants and places a priority on the needs of others over our own wants. It also allows us to accomplish more of what really matters. When we approach a task or conversation with an attitude of simplicity we strive to keep ourselves focused on the essential core rather than getting lost in a clutter of distractions and embellishments. We listen for the same in the words of other people. Simplicity helps us to maintain clarity of mind and purpose.
Simplicity Begins With ME
Simplicity begins with me for it is my natural state. Setting my mind free allows me to uncomplicated. Simplicity is living in the now while pausing to receive life’s lessons, being less attached to “how,” and respecting that whatever I need—beckons. Simplicity is selecting activities and friendships with care as I respect my need for rejuvenation and rest. It begins with a willingness to share joys, sorrows,...
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