“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Leonardo da Vinci
“Three rules of work:
out of clutter find simplicity;
from discord find harmony;
in the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”
I believe that, just as the above is true in nature and work, so also is it in faith, life and writing. Simplicity is hard to define. It’s more than the lack of complexity, more than the lack of confusion. For some, it’s a way of thinking; for others it’s a way of living.
In writing, it’s the lack of artifice. But what else is it? How do you define simplicity in writing?
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