The meaning of life is in the simple. It hides in plain site amid the confusion and chaos of existence. It’s as though it is disguised in the mundane. It is so because it is of the most value. The meaning is not kept from us, but placed among the people and activities we should seek that we tend to ignore for the excitement of what we believe has meaning. But the simple does not exist there; it is only found in that which keeps us simple.