Today there are many ponderings about what is simplicity, based upon what people seem to perceive is simplicity, or not simplicity. Wrote about it spiritually, and in definition, on the other blog, as simplicity is one of the Nine S'. But now to consider how to live simplicity in every day life, amidst temporal stuff.
Nature is also complex, but not disordered complexity. Rather, nature as we may comprehend it, is creatively and beautifully ordered in temporal time and space. Mystical nature is also creatively and beautifully ordered, but beyond time and space. Divine love, in purposeful order, not disorder, is simple in pure motive, and simply complex in intricate, beautiful outflow yet not held in time nor confined by space.
Holy simplicity, lived out both temporally and mystically, is an orderly purity of motive, purpose and outflow.