Keep it simple


Simplicity is the one of the phenomenal ways of living our life. Simplicity is the imminent chunk of perennial wisdom that is bolstered in promoting by great thinkers and visionaries. Although  people think simplicity means a kind of ‘hair-shirt’, simple dressing lifestyles,
but its definition doesn’t restrain in that fringe only. Simplicity is a positive vibe; when things are simple they are well-made, they last for good, they are made with pleasure.

According to Leonardo da Vinci, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Simplicity craves fewer egos and more imagination, less complexity and more creativity, less glamour and more gratitude, less attention to appearance and more attention to essence. It promotes excellence.

The simple person is always adored by all. People always want such people to nestle them in their eyes. They can catalyze themselves into pure water for thirsty travelers, or be a sheltering rock in a storm. Who does not love a tranquil heart, a sweet-tempered, beautiful and peaceful mind and simple human?. Simplicity helps to dive in the oceans of truth, far from explosive bombs of temper, and heavy heart.

There is a saying that beauty lies in simplicity. A woman looks more beautiful when she is simpler. They put outer make up, more creams to look more beautiful. But it gets faded away with the time. What remains is beauty deep inside. In the same way, a man is charming when his simplicity is at his best. People don’t like those who are proud
and loud and full of ego and attitude. Successful people are those whose feet are always on the ground no matter whatever the height they reach.

Simplicity is required in leaderships. When our leaders go into power, then they start to live high life and dominating other and they don’t respect other’s value and decision too.  Arvind Kejariwal, leader of Aam Admi Party won the state election in Delhi with massive victory. One of the reasons behind this victory was his simplicity and his commitment to it. Simplicity is shown by leaders of great nations.

Once Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, when he was the president of Iran, was asked by Fox News what he saw in the mirror every morning, he had replied: “I see a person in the mirror and tell him, ‘Remember, you’re nothing more than a small servant, a day ahead of you filled with a heavy
responsibility, namely to serve the Iranian nation.’” Uruguayan President José Mujica, described as the poorest president of the world, who lives in a ramshackle farm and donates 90 per cent of his earning to charity. We have seen the president of America enjoying his holiday and doing his work by himself. Prince Harry was adored by all as he showed his simplicity and showed his love and sympathy to people.

Simple living high thinking should be our motto. That’s the best way of living life and gives ultimate sophistication.



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