Observe Rather Than Analyse

Friday 15 September, 2000

It occurred to me that I analyse instead of observing what’s happening around me – that’s if I notice at all – and it’s the analysis which spoils it for me.

There is no reason for me to know why. All I need to do is observe. It’s the ‘what’ that’s important not the ‘why’. Besides, as I observe, the ‘why’ will come to me. There’s no need to go looking for reasons. Just observe and the reasons will become clear.

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