To say "more is better," is to contradict the truth to "be concise," "stay focused," "go with what's important," or "simple is best." Minimalism gives us more value with less distraction.
Example: when you are trying to multitask, the more things around, the less attention each gets.
Example: "out of sight, out of mind," if something is in the mind it takes part of our attention-energy and thoughts.
Example: Google's labels in the inbox, which do not hide the emails, in which the email stays to clutter up the inbox until you "hide" or "archive" it. Best to use a folder system for life instead of labels. That way things are put away in their place instead of distracting. Distracting from the most important things in life: The Spirit.
Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.