Simplicity is hard to understand. Its being hard to understand is also hard to understand. The usual way to understand something is to understand the relations among its parts. But where there are no parts and relations, but simply unity, the seeing must be immediate: you either see the simplest things, or you don’t.
Listen to me and listen to its nature: dress a tomato as we do, and if you hit the balance, it will be obvious that it needs nothing more.