‘Tis a Gift to be Simple —

“Simplicity is the utmost sophistication.”– Leonardo da Vinci

(Photo of a textured wall in San Miguel de Allende, a sophisticated colonial city in Central Mexico which is deceptively simple to the careless observer.)

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4 Responses to ‘Tis a Gift to be Simple —

  1. Stef says:

    I also adore the line by Mark Twain: “I’d write you a shorter letter, but I didn’t have the time.” Simplicity, brevity, less-is-more; these are where quality lies. 🙂

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    • Touch2Touch says:

      Famous line, so true!!!
      I remember some years searching desperately for simple clothes (much more elegant) only always running up against how much more expensive they were than fussy things.

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      • Stef says:

        Yes, so true. However, they will last for years and years; as opposed to the fussy things that will only last for a season (if that). In fact, some French women own suits and dresses worn by their mothers…and they are still considered quite fashionable.

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        • Touch2Touch says:

          The problem was (and continues to be) that I can’t afford the initial investment in simplicity and elegance that is the real value. It’s true BTW in furniture and many other things as well as in clothes —
          Take a look at Apple products, come to think of it! Where I have an Apple computer even though it’s more expensive, because it’s worth it in performance AND is gorgeous.

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