If we want complexity to work for us (NB: to work for life), we must work toward a complex simplicity—an interweaving of…

If we want complexity to work for us (NB: to work for life), we must work toward a complex simplicity—an interweaving of simplicity—see, the flames of a fire—nothing extra, just what is needed—for life.

:- Doug.

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