All we need to know is what's what and what needs to be done about it, when, where and how in each situation as it arises all our life long. Then there is only doing it, and that's that. What makes that so difficult? Caring. All we care about is what we want. Also known as: Having our way. All we ever want is having our way. In the world where all we ever want is having our way, there is the recurring, mystical, experience of "Click," "Flow," and "Falling into place," which has nothing to do with getting what we want and having our way-- and may very well result in our saying/realizing, "Not getting my way then/there was the best thing that ever happened to me!" And when we transform our basic orientation from wanting to have our way to wanting to cooperate with/assist "Click," "Flow," and "Falling into place"-- no matter what it may mean for us personally-- it seems that we are being carried along, upheld, guided, protected by "invisible hands," and things happen that could never be expected to happen, and then it ceases and goes away, and then it returns, and then it goes, and then it returns... and our life consists of waiting for the door to open, and then walking through. And, while we wait, we "take care of business," maintaining our momentum of seeing/sensing what's what and what needs to be done about it when, where and how with our original/essential nature and the innate virtues that are ours from birth, and then some door will open and we walk through in the service of "Click," "Flow," and "Falling into place," and our life is just a wonder, and things are magical and we forget what we want, and having our way becomes doing what needs to be done, anyway, neverthele3ss, even so... for as long as life shall last. If you don't know what I'm talking about, stop living in the service of having your way and getting what you want, and start looking for what's what and what needs to be done about it and do it and see what happens. Oh, spending time with the right kind of emptiness, stillness and silence will assist things along right nicely. Stop willing, striving, forcing, contriving... and start looking/seeing/listening/hearing/ knowing/doing and being amazed in the land of "Click," "Flow," and "Falling into place."