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Hitting the bull and getting to the point

I like being short. And many will agree that my sentences are usually short. Maybe that's also to do with my physical stature. When things are short, they come clearer and distinct to me. Normally, I am not so much fan of long, long sentences, but sometimes I am sure they are unavoidable. And we have no choice but to read them anyways. Maybe that's to do with my limited vocabulary too. 
Maybe that's to do with my inability to handle complex sentences. But for me simplicity is the key. When you write something, it is to let your readers understand what you want to say. It is never to confuse your readers. The simpler it is, the better the chances of getting your messages across (my assumption at least). Of course fancy sentences and complex ones at that, are irresistible, but again we think of our readers. 
This morning, I was looking up for some information on publishing in Bhutan. And that took to BICMA's door. That's how I stumbled on BICMA ACT (you should read …

This is what makes us happy

Early Childhood Development efforts bear fruits