Simplicity, sometimes, is not a process of doing, but of undoing. It is not a process of learning, but of unlearning, discovering what is already there. It is not a process of bringing in new elements. It is taking away unwanted elements. Take away all that is unnecessary, all that is unwanted. Like when the sculptor takes away the bits that mask the shape hidden in the rock, what emerges is a beautiful form.
What you are left with is that beautiful, shining diamond—life itself.