Whatever we do with half a heart remains undone.
Complexity is an illusion. Life is supremely simple. It’s what I’m doing now.
Here, then, is the great challenge—to think when thought is required, not to think when thought is not required.
All that is required to meet the challenge is an understanding of it.
My need was obvious but out of politeness he asked me anyway: “How may I help you?”
“There’s too much of me,” I said. “Teach me how to subtract.”