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Searching for perfection…

De Saint Exupery said “perfection is NOT when there is no more to add, but when there is no more to take away”. I think the same is true of simplicity. It does require us to SEE – not just look – but to SEE the wholeness, the fullness, the completeness and the beauty of things and in things. I guess the KISS principle is not far wrong. No I don’t mean run around and kiss everyone – I mean Keep It Simple Silly!!!

I’m having trouble seeing the glass half full at the moment – or even SEEING at all. I woke up, looked up and realised that for the first time in a long time I was seeing the ceiling. I don’t usually notice it because my mind is racing – full of thoughts of the day’s adventures. So my mantra for the month is going to be “before I started seeing the ceiling I…” Maybe I should write a song about it. In fact you can tell me what you see before you see the ceiling and we could string it all together. If we’re lucky enough we can sell the movie rights to it and make a mint.