Definition of Simplicity
The word simplicity is used to mention a characteristic quality of the human being that has to do with interest in things, objects , sensations and simple situations. In this sense, simplicity is often understood as humility since it is what makes the individual more focused, with their feet on the ground and with few pretensions of grandiosity or grandiloquence.
Simplicity is that quality that makes an individual not interested in great material effects, but can lead a lifestyle based on the simple and the basic. Simplicity can also be applied to the spirit and it is here that it is related to interest in more transcendental things than simple material objects that abound in our daily lives and that can sometimes make us lose sight of the most important.
Simplicity is characteristic of many monastic orders as well as some religions that assume that earthly life, with its luxuries and exaggerations, is insignificant next to the celestial life that awaits us after death. This is why these religions invite individuals to return to the sources of life, nature and simple things that allow us to devote our days to meditation and the approach to the corresponding God according to belief .
Simplicity is, however, practicable even being in the middle of such an environment from the obtaining of the necessary and basic products and items for our life, from the development of a comfortable but not ostentatious lifestyle and from the resource to situations of happiness that do not relate to consumption but to the experiences lived and those around us.