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Ignorance is bliss True happiness lies in simplicity We have all heard these sayings at one point or another in our lives Apparently the same held true for Ernest Hemingwayas he appears to have taken them to heart Ernest Hemingways perception of that which was beautiful was always that which was simple And what could possibly be any simpler than nature itself It lacks the clutter and complexity of men and technology always prattling about and disrupting things Nature is simple violent untamed and above all pure It cannot be contaminated by the wiles of man for if it were then it would cease being nature That is another reason that I believe Hemingway was infatuated with it it cannot be touched It cannot be tainted To live according to natural law this realease of the imagination In discovering truth we create beauty As I said before Hemingway believed that nature was the ultimate It was simple it was beautiful it was clean It was perfection For Hemingway nature was good It epitomized all that he stood for Places with the clutter of men invariably led to pain and suffering or death Hemingway was really big on simplicity in his works Everything was simple from his style to his characters ie Catherine - simpleton if I ever saw one I think that he likened civilization to a giant machine The larger and more complex it got the more things it did However when something gets larger and more complex then that increases the chances and the areas that something can break down In A Farewell to Arms Hemingway said that the world will break you It may not be today or tomorrow but it will break you and if it cant break you then it will kill you In any event the world always wins because it doesnt play fairly Einstein said that Not only does God play dice but the dice are loaded Not
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