I've always felt haikus are too short, but I love it when people write them in such a way that they hold more. This is one of them. It's true, we insist on complicating everything. I enjoyed hearing that as a simple fact. I guess I do like haikus after all.
For me, with a current problem of having a form of writer's block which means I have lots of ideas, but can't put together words at all for those ideas, haiku helps solve that conundrum by summing that idea up in a few short words.
I think this just may be the best haiku I've ever read- technically they're supposed to be about nature and blah blah blah - sorry to much time in AP English; really, though that's one of my favorite points: That we complicate life SO much, and you just captured that in 17 syllables!
"Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity...." Henry David Thoreau