How to Observe

One must know how to observe.  When you look at a piece of wood carefully it starts talking to you,
it speaks itself, on its own, it tells you what you can make of it. It’s just the world, the way I see it.
One can approach things with an open heart, without thinking, leaving the mind aside.
If you just look at the things around you, at the people around you, at the person in front of you, and you stop thinking, and try
and perceive him with your heart, you can learn more about him and about the things in him – you can see him in depth.
The mind, the thought, can only prevent you from getting to the core, the essence of things