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Less Is More
“Less is more” — unknown
Per my prior post, you’ll notice that I had to shave my head in order for @ksl_clinics to perform their market leading “hair transplant” procedure. The act of shaving my hair meant taking AWAY the hair that I already had. Taking “hair away” [or losing it] is something that has been at the crux of some deep rooted insecurities surrounding my already “thinning” confidence. Hence, the sub-3mins it took to shave my WHOLE head was a SUPER ANXIOUS inflection point that felt like “3 hours in slow motion”. However, upon emerging with “less hair” I was told I looked immediately 10years younger!
The tragic irony being: I went for a hair transplant in order to gain MORE HAIR, but “post op” everyone told me that having LESS hair on my head due to the “required shave” was better than having a full head of hair! An aftereffect that’s deliberately contrary to what I expected but simultaneously wryly amusing as a result: you gotta’ to laugh!🤣
But on the notion of “Less is More”, maybe simplicity [in life] can lead to deeper clarity and better outcomes overall? Perhaps a “Less is More” approach can be applied beyond “just shaving one’s hair” and to life more broadly? Maybe in simplicity we’d find MORE of what we actually NEED, as opposed to what we think we WANT? More or less, this has some merit to it, doesn’t it?
FACT: “Less is More” – a quote thought to have been aired first by Peter Behrens, a godfather figure to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe [1886 -1969] to whom the phrase is usually ascribed to. They were German architects & amongst the founders of modern architecture and proponents of the “simplicity of style”.