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Douglas Christie quoted the following excerpt from Blake and it is related to really seeing what is before us (being in the present): "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to us as it is, infinite. For we have closed ourselves up, 'til we see all through the narrow chinks of our cavern." It is often however very difficult to open those doors of perception; it takes practice, practice, practice . . . Be still, observe everything, desire nothing--as I quoted earlier.