Less Is More.
Clean. Bare. Stripped down. Lean. Sparse.
These words can describe a body or a life; a living space; a frame of mind or an attitude; a way of seeing or creating; a design. I breathe into what lies beyond these words, into the feeling of windswept or water-washed. Less-is-more is an excellent landscape for meditation. Less-is-more can become a striving.
Once long ago, a roommate uttered a truth I’ve carried all these years: “All decisions are made with too little information.”
Information is the exception to less-is-more.
You and I can fill the page with examples illustrating this wisdom.