Nothing in life is simple.
A solitary drop of water upon the surface of a puddle will send forth waves, thereby impacting the entire surface of the puddle. A small pebble that already breaks the surface of that water will cause the ripples to bounce off of it, thereby becoming a contributor to the ripple effect as the waves rebound upon themselves.
Simple action can change the world. A simple sneeze can broadcast millions of tiny bacteria to a new host. A simple word can tear apart souls, rend egos, uplift spirits, quiet a squalling baby, arouse a lover, or seal another’s fate.
I offer you this week’s Sunday Scribblings: #61 - Simple topic as a paradigm of simple chaos theory, with the topic itself as a catalyst. How many entries will there be for this subject? How many will be analogous? How many shall be dynamically disparate (not “desperate”, dear Readers! lol) from each other? The topic is the drop of water and we are the pebble. As we browse other's entries, our own comments contribute to the ripples already in motion.
Simplicity begets intricacy.