The bright glare of emotion, “the flames of desire”, as Buddha says, obscures our view. All we can see are the objects of our passion. As those flames die down and the glare subsides, we are gradually able to see what is truly ‘out there’. Peering through the darkness what do we see ‘out there’? Strain as we might, all we see is our ‘in here’. Chapter 10 hints at where one’s discernment ends up, When your discernment penetrates the four quarters, Are you capable of not knowing anything?