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So Much Depends on a Red Wheel Barrow

I think one of the paradoxes of life is that we must accept complexity if we value simplicity. When we falsely simplify something, we add to its complexity. When we accept it for what it is, we reach the greatest degree of simplicity possible.

This is what I'm learning from using a piece of wood and fibreglass to shoot a thin rod through a target of neoprene. Archery is a matter of finding the simplicity of the thing, the bare minimum of variables.