Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1900 – 1944) French Aviator and Author
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Hi, how are you everybody?
Please can any body explain this quote to me? Thank you.
Saint-Exupéry was saying that the best things are the simplest things. When we take away all of the extra stuff that is not needed, that is when we have the best result: in writing, in speaking, in art, in everything.
Thank you John for this. Very simple. Perfect. x
Muito obrigado, Osmar.
Less is more. Have a nice Sunday, John!
Thank you, Seb.
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