A Bastion of Simplicity

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A Bastion of Simplicity is a language construct that can apply to objects or events that instill a perfect ratio between their use and the subjects view of the world.

A good example is a tray of perfect size that would fit anywhere and is yet useful. It will serve well in a tinyhouse or a large home where it can still reflect on that which is needed versus that which is given or desired.