Magnificent works of brilliance are all created from simplicity. Overwhelming ourselves with the intricacy and complexity of unnecessary tasks in our life is the easiest way to fall into the trap of procrastination and stagnation. Any task, whether ordinary or extraordinary, consists of simple steps from the beginning to the end. Create a life of simplicity and live completely in the eternal present, then you can truly possess all that you have ever imagined. Most importantly, you will have discovered the peace and contentment that lies in living the simple life.  

     Simplicity is not easy to apply in our overly intricate and intellectual world, but it is indeed feasible. We must gently slip away from all the ego’s desires and demands, and begin to recognize that life is not how large our salary is, how much knowledge we amass, how big and exquisite our home is, or how many and, what type of, cars we drive. 

Reference: Richard A. Springer, Jr., Eastern Wisdom for Your Soul, 89, 87. 

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