Simplicity is what we arrive at when we are finished. Truly finished.
It is a natural shedding of what is no longer needed for our Spirit to express. There’s nothing more to see. When the desire for simplicity comes, it brings with it a a delightful catharsis of a weight finally off our frame. It feels oh so right.
But it can’t be forced. If we force simplicity, we will feel limited, restricted, suffocated…like we’re missing something. And we’re left with an unquenchable longing for more.
So we should stay true to where we are, and all the complications of all our fears and desires. But all the while, we can keep in mind quietly that all of it can be let go at the right time….at any time.
Student of Simplicity