Difference between being Simple and Prudent.

November 17, 2012 3:32am CST
Many People make the mistake of saying they want to be Simple, whereby they meant Prudent. Being Simple means; Being Ordinary (Not Special), not Intelligent, and "just there". People make use of Simple from the view that they don't want to be attached, not complicated or easy to understand. Well, I will say it is better to use the word Prudent than Simple. Prudent is being Sensible and careful especially when making decisions and also avoiding unnecessary risk. Being prudent also consist of being easy to understand and being calm. It better to use the word prudent than simple especially when you mean you want to live an easy life. Although, I don't really believe their is anything like an easy life. Their is only a life of ease! You make it and not it making you.
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@berting600 (3458)
• Philippines
17 Nov 12
There is an easy life,if you wanted to be simple and no going to other sociable places.Having a simple life is quite easy to achieve if you do not think of any other luxurious commodities,other than your daily needs to eat,to sleep and to earn a living.This is not puzzled with the term prudent,as you are only living a simple life,no luxuries,no outing but you have to earn just to have a simple life.