From Merriam Webster online:
Inflected Form(s): sim·pler \-p(ə-)lər\; sim·plest \-p(ə-)ləst\
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin simplus, alteration of Latin simplic-, simplex single, having one ingredient, plain, from sem-, sim- one + -plic-, -plex -fold — more at same, -fold… 472 more words
Did you see that? My heart just did a cartwheel. Why? Because this blog by Brianna Wiest just eloquently listed things that have been on my heart for years--especially this past month! We are not made to hoard and complicate things... just ask my brain and my body. They can't take all that I have subjected it to ANYMORE! I am blessed by this post. Take a moment to read it. And if you're brave, join me and do one number at a time. Let's get liberated!