Life should be simple, don’t you think?
I mean, when I need something it should be available.
If I need something at work, my boss should be right there with the answer. If I need something at home, my husband should be right there. My kids should answer at first call.
Life isn’t simple, though. We all know that. It’s unfortunate but true.
But is it really unfortunate? Simplicity takes out any adventure. It limits experiences. It limits the mistakes that might be made but it also limits learning from those mistakes.
I’m a very simple person. I don’t like drama. I don’t like confrontation. I like peaceful. I like knowledge. I like knowing why something is or isn’t happening. I want to know the “why” behind something. So if you stop doing something you’ve done on a daily basis, I want to know why. I’m not being nosy. I’m trying to understand. Because I like to be simple and happy like my life void of chaos. Not knowing is chaotic to me.