The beauty of which you see nearly immediately. And not just in perceived simplicity, the oneness. But that you can always return to it. Always have the singular point, not merely to reference but for growth, for centering and direction, place and self-promise. It’s more than the saying of “less is more”. Actually, the singular is meant to encourage growth and compounding, but in more contained habit and practice. The habit and practice of which must be maintained, and this maintenance does demand work, practice and discipline, sight and self-understanding.
The essay is the embodiment of this. The one piece, the one submission, the singular idea you compose and construct for sake of reading, sharing, presenting.