Less is more.
I’d been confused by that statement on more than one occasion.
Every time I think I really do ‘get it’ another opportunity comes along so that I can ‘get it’ at a more significant level.
This has a lot of meaning to a lot of different people.
I have a friend that contemplates her own mortality now that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and had procedures.
To her it means having less stuff to keep, clean, care for and moving of said stuff which equals more living to be had.
Wiki tells me that simplicity is preferable to complexity.
I myself have found that often too many words complicate a description or explanation.
Fewer words equal more understanding or at the least less chance for confusion.
I’ve also seen it used to describe interior decoration and architecture design.
Less clutter equals more aesthetically pleasing rooms and lines.
Less time equals more focus.
Less restriction equals more freedom.
What does it mean to you?
In which ways could you change things in your life from less to more?
Would you use fewer words? Would you unclutter your space?
Perhaps you would pass on some of your belongings.
What would you have less of and how would that produce more for you?