Life-giving Wisdom: It’s In The Way We Live

by Dr Lyndy Summerhaze, BA, PhD., DipMusEd, AmusA, Australia

I have been associated with Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon for five years now and I have found nothing but the highest integrity, goodwill and just plain good sense. Getting to feel this last quality – plain good sense – in the midst of a world of complication, has been one of the most liberating things I have ever experienced, enabling me to let go of a crippling life of turmoil and drama.

Over these years as I attended talks and courses, I have felt a call to come out of my hiding away from the world and just getting through as best I could, to now participating joyfully in life and making a contribution. The way this was accomplished was not through imposition of any kind – there was no telling me what to do. There was simply the presentation of an elegant truth that we all originally come from love and that this is the stuff we are made of.

Serge presented that everything is in fact energy (something scientifically verified by Albert Einstein) and that therefore the quality of energy we use as we live is all-important. This was something I had known in part, but had never realised the all-encompassing nature of before. I realised that everything I did and said was expressed in a certain quality of energy, and that this energy had an impact on everyone and everything around me. For example, I could really feel the difference between something done with care and love and something done in resentment, and the effect this had on my own body. It became clear to me that we are living as if in a ‘sea’ of energy, and that each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling. Once I could feel this for myself, I felt connected to all other beings and, instead of operating like the Lone Ranger, I felt the possibility of living in a way that was not harming to another. I have by no means mastered this, but the beauty of even my imperfect living of this truth is indescribable.

This way of living does not in any way deny the fact that the world is in a mess – it sees what is there to be seen and does not judge. It enables one to connect with the truth in another, and be able to say ‘no’ to anything that is not love. This has totally transformed my relationships so that I can now express, with respect, what I am feeling without fear, and also openly hear what another has to say. The freedom from pain that this has brought is truly amazing. The freedom to live joy-fully is even more amazing.

Family and friends from the past have all spontaneously expressed how they can see and feel the change in me. I visited a friend’s mother who lives nearby, and when I came home from the visit, the phone was ringing as I walked in the door. It was my friend. Her mother had already rung her up to say how amazing I was looking and feeling and said to her daughter, “I want what she’s got”. The truth is, she can have exactly the same, if she chooses it, as it is already inside of her.

My brother’s family have said similar things. When they arrived at my place last year, they exclaimed that the house was looking great since I’d repainted it on the inside. I replied that I hadn’t painted it. My brother said that it looked repainted, so fresh and light and new. Then my sister-in-law said, “I know, it’s like this because Lyndy is living in it… it is the way she lives.” I was momentarily stunned to hear these words! Our beautiful connection with each other has continued from here.

My heart is full of thanks to Serge Benhayon and the UniMed team for sharing this life-giving wisdom with us all. It is a treasure we all possess, without exception, and one that can never be taken away.

108 thoughts on “Life-giving Wisdom: It’s In The Way We Live

  1. I love the examples shared here about how family and friends ‘wanting what you have’ and being able to see that ‘it is the way she lives’. So by allowing ourselves to be in the world and participating in our lives in a way that is respectful of everyone to the best of our ability makes a huge difference. Allowing ourselves to connect to people and it is that simple, makes the world of difference.

  2. Thank you Lyndy … I love this line in your article, “It became clear to me that we are living as if in a ‘sea’ of energy, and that each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling.” what a beautiful reminder.

  3. Thanks Lyndy for reminding me of the sea of energy we live in and our responsibility – dare I say it – not to pee in that water for others around us 🙂 The scientists need to invent a colour dye for the air like they have for the water as a warning, it may feel like the 60s all over again.

    You also put out there a clearly practical experience of low budget house renovations – thank you for the inspiration.

    1. Dear Lucy,
      I so love the fun in your comment, that air dye would be super revealing. Imaging the fog of unawareness covered with colour, blue for the blues, red for excitement, pink for needing nurturing, dare I go on?

  4. Hi Lyndy, I enjoyed reading what you wrote. I also giggled at the bit about your family exclaiming that the house looked great since you had repainted it – when you had not repainted it.
    Last week my cleaner mentioned how my house always seems so clean when she arrives, when to me it is clearly not! For a moment I thought that is weird… then I realised that what she is experiencing is how clear the house feels because of the way we live – exactly the same as what you have just presented.

  5. What a lovely example of health and vitality you are to your friends and family. There is obviously something about the way you choose to live that they can see and feel has made a difference to the way you are, so no wonder they want to know how you do it and what you’ve got.

  6. What a confirmation, that your house even looks like new. Fact that everything is energy and as your sister in law pointed out due to your livingness. Beautiful.

  7. Thank you Lyndy. This sentence really stood out for me – “Over these years as I attended talks and courses, I have felt a call to come out of my hiding away from the world and just getting through as best I could, to now participating joyfully in life and making a contribution”. I can really relate to this.

  8. Thanks for sharing this Dr Lyndy and I too like yourself, have experienced huge changes in my life and my relationships. My parents have noticed not just my weight loss but how consistently joyful I am and the fact my husband has lost over 12 stone in weight cannot be ignored. You would have to be blind freddy to not see the transformation in him!
    Serge Benhayon offered me a ‘U-turn’ as my life felt totally off and going in the wrong direction. It was my choice to return and get back on track. What I respect most of all is there is no imposing, advertising or marketing. You come and go if you feel to, that open door policy remains and I have been around for 9 years now.
    It really is incredible to see so many people change their lives to live a way that is real and simple for them.

  9. Lyndy what inspiring examples, I loved how your family thought you’d re-painted the house inside! It shows we all feel everything.

  10. Lovely to read Lyndy, and particularly the inspiration you have been offering to your friends and family through the changes you have made to your life. The fact they can feel how you are living clearly highlights your sea of energy analogy… providing more proof that this is the way the world works.

  11. Hi Lyndy, you’ve really encapsulated the simplicity of Serge Benhayon’s presentations and how that looks in one life when practically applied. It was really delightful to read your story!

  12. The experience of your brother believing you had painted the inside of your house and your sister-in-law’s comment, “I know, it’s like this because Lyndy is living in it… it is the way she lives” is not not only gorgeous but such a sensory and all-encompassing way of expressing the impact of living from love.

  13. Gosh that is so cute hearing what your family said and yes anyone looking at you would certainly feel “I want what she’s got” when they feel your vitality and discover that you are actually about 30 years older than you look. Knowing you, Lyndy I can verify that you have become a walking miracle!

  14. “the beauty of even my imperfect living of this truth is indescribable.” People who’ve known me for a long time also remark on the change in me. It’s not like a new hairstyle or weight lost or going to the gym or doing a course in self-development; the change they see and feel is much deeper and more lasting. And as you say Lyndy, it comes without having been imposed upon or told what to do.
    In the past I would have felt guilty for feeling so good when others don’t, and would have pulled myself down to stay level with them out of sympathy. Now thanks to Serge Benhayon, I see the error of this, and know that the best gift to others is my whole, radiant, joyful, true self, so others can see it and know they have it too.

    1. Thank you Dianne for the reminder not to go into an old pattern of sympathy and ‘know that the best gift to others is my whole, radiant, joyful, true self, so others can see it and know they have it too.’

  15. What a great blog Lyndy, the feeling of having your house repainted because of the energy you are choosing!! Beautiful. I especially love it when you talk about no longer being the Lone Ranger, but being aware of the sea of energy we live in and how we affect each other, in everything we say, think and do. It brings responsibility and also the joy of not being separated.

    1. So true Juliamambos by knowing we all live in an energetic ocean, bring a deep responsibility as to the type of energy we emanate, as this will have an effect on the whole sea and everyone within it, including ourselves. I agree it is a joy to know and feel that we are all connected and part of the whole.

  16. I greatly enjoyed reading this again. Living with the awareness that we are all connected and “that we are living as if in a ‘sea’ of energy, and that each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling” makes such a difference to approaching life. As you say it does not get rid of the mess but it enables us to see the truth and by making changes to ourselves results in a ripple of change in that ‘sea of energy’.

  17. Thank you Lyndy for sharing how through the plain good sense presentations of Universal Medicine you ‘have felt a call to come out of my hiding away from the world and just getting through as best I could, to now participating joyfully in life and making a contribution’ and how inspiring you have been to those around you. It is so lovely to read how the ripples of you are emanating out into the world.

  18. I love what you wrote about the possibility of living in a way that is harmless to another and the beauty of your imperfect living of this truth being indescribable. What a gorgeous way to live and no wonder that those around you have confirmed the inspiration you are.

  19. Beautiful sharing Lyndy. Your experience shows the wonderful reflection we provide for those around us when we choose to live and express from the love that we naturally are.

  20. That’s gorgeous Lyndy and what a great confirming comment you received. I once had a conversation with my family about where we were going to set up the massage table in our house (which room to choose) My sister then said, the best room to set it up in would be Ariel’s and everyone agreed saying it was the windows, the garden outside the window, the size as everything was just perfect for a massage table room. I said that this room will remain my bedroom. We all confirmed that it’s the way I conduct myself in my room and the way I keep it all in order that is why the room was the first pick, as impressive as the room is, take me out of it and it’s just an ordinary room.

  21. Thank you Lyndy for expression so beautifully the love you live in your daily life. So much of life is looking outside of ourselves, when the love we so much yearn for, is deep within, Thank you to Serge for showing us this truth and living it.

    1. I second that Gill, A big “thank you to Serge Benhayon for showing us this truth and living it”, many of our lives would be wasted, if it were not for the fact of Serge sharing so freely his truth and love with us all.

  22. It is amazing to read your story Lyndy Summerhaze. That living a life from “plain good sense” can even repaint your house without you physically repainting it. How powerful we are when we allow ourselves to live from the inner beauty we all carry within equally so.

  23. Love what you have shared here Lyndy and so wonderful to have you out of hiding living the fullness of you, a true inspiration!

  24. Lyndy what a gorgeous blog. I love how you refer to the “sea of energy” in which we live and that we are all responsible for our part within that sea, not in the silo sense, but in the sense that if we are irresponsible then how we are affects the whole sea. Your understanding of this, in how you live and how you so joyfully bring you to everything that you do is clearly there for everyone to see.

  25. Thanks Lyndy, your sharing has once again shown how by simply connecting within and using that as our ‘anchor’ in all that we are and do brings forth a more true way of living. Common sense really 🙂

  26. This is so great to read Lyndy, and love how you have made sense of the truth of energy by which our universe and us, are governed. Your words on Universal Medicine and what Serge Benhayon presents: “Getting to feel this last quality – plain good sense – in the midst of a world of complication” totally resonated with me, and agree it is so wonderful for this plain sense, to make such great sense.

  27. Dear Lyndy,
    These sentences stood out for me in your article. ” Once I could feel this for myself, I felt connected to all other beings and, instead of operating like the Lone Ranger, I felt the possibility of living in a way that was not harming to another. I have by no means mastered this, but the beauty of even my imperfect living of this truth is indescribable.”
    I too have felt the connection to all other beings and am working with out perfection on mastering living this truth in full, living the absolute acceptance and equalness, that I feel in this connection. I thank you for writing this as you have for it is so very supportive, to feel just how beautiful my life is now compared to how it was just a few short years ago.

  28. I love your ‘sea of energy’ analogy here – a great reminder for me that nothing escape from this all encompassing container and I can’t escape or hide from my bit of responsibility in not polluting, not causing damage to those who are also in this.

  29. Go Lyndy! I know you and it makes total sense to me that you would be lighting up your house and lighting up everywhere you go… you live with quality and the light heartedness and honesty you bring to all conversations with me is priceless.

  30. It’s so true what you say and that our every move and choice is felt by the “sea of energy” we live in. It’s very confirming to continue, even if I don’t see the effects of my ripples, they are felt. I loved the comment about your newly painted walls, you make everything around you sparkle by the love you live in!

  31. I love what you share, Lyndy – we cannot help but feel everything around us and how we, and everyone else, is effected by how much love or disregard is put into a task or an interaction. We can either confirm what we feel or plead ignorance – we all have free choice.

  32. This is what it means to be a true inspiration and I love the story about the paint…your love, light and joy is on the walls of your house, and not only there, it is everywhere, as everything is energy.

  33. Lyndy I know all you share to be the absolute truth. I can feel it in your words and in all of my interactions with you. The world would have missed out on untold wisdom, tenderness and loveliness has you chosen to stay as you were. Thank god for Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine and you.

  34. Thank you Lyndy for such a beautiful blog, a golden oldie if ever there was.
    The particle soup is a sea of energy and each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling.

  35. Go the sea of energy Lyndy gorgeous Summerhaze – imagine what it would be like if we all lived from our deep love inside out – work well worth the process, and as you share becomes an effortless joy. Thank you for a gorgeous reminder

  36. Just like you’ve shared Lindy I have come out of hiding away and now fully contributing to the world and it feels great to participate in this joyful way. Life has become much more simple. I love your sharing about the new painted walls, this really says it all, what an awesome reflection!

  37. What a beautiful testament to the choices you have made Lyndy, returning to being the true you in life, contributing in full and feeling those choices reflected back to you by your family and friends. It inspires within me to continue to make the same self-loving choices, to live who I am on the inside on the outside. Thank you for your beautiful reminder to live the all we already are.

  38. Beautifully expressed Lyndy, having known you for many years now I can say you are a light that keeps on shining bright. Your loving choices are deeply inspiring to all who meet you and your joy is very infectious.

    1. So true Anna, from just reading Lyndy’s article alone, I get to feel the truth in all that you have shared about her.

  39. A joy and beautifully expressed. I love the the quote near the end about your house and how it is the quality you living, in it, that makes it feel great. Great to appreciate it. Lovely to read that people have been noticing the changes in your life as they have occurred and that they are appreciating them, a great reflection for the world.

  40. A brilliant summary of the way life is and can be for all if we choose. So simply and accessibly presented.

  41. One particular thing stood out for as I read this blog for the first time (as it is well worth a re-read!) that there is a beauty in imperfection. So many times as I have been learning about myself and the quality of my choices, that when I become aware of how much more, grander and deeper my choices can be, there was this attraction towards perfectionism. But in that critique it completely throws out the window the appreciation of the quality that has been achieved, applied and chosen in our lives that is actually beautiful and worth appreciating.

  42. As you say Lyndy – ‘… just plain good sense.’ to live a life with integrity, acceptance and responsibility. There is no desire to impose on others and the way we naturally present ourselves around others is light and joyful. How beautiful!

  43. Lindy this is a gently elegant blog. Reading your words I’m reminded of a statement Serge Benhayon has repeated over the years and that is that “we all feel energy all the time”. How wonderful to receive such heartfelt conformations of your gracious presence and ever increasing love and light. A rose remains exquisitely beautiful from bud until full bloom, the unfolding petals are a joy to behold.

  44. The world is made up of energy as stated in this blog… What we can offer, leaves no second guessing to how we live. As you described Lyndy, your family stated you repainted the house when it had not been and they were feeling the amazing energy of the house that you have made a home.

  45. The fact that the love and light is equally available in us all is quite amazing. Knowing this, it makes no sense to see others as anything else but our equals. The only difference is in the type of energy we choose to run ourselves in, which in itself is worthy of further consideration.

  46. Lindy, I like the way you describe the changes that took place in your life since you started to understand that everything we do and the way we do it, affects everything. I have discovered that when I keep my mind with my body during all activities (instead of drifting off in thoughts or doing several things at once) I can feel where I keep tension and where I use force. I have discovered that my state of mind affects the way I do things so for instance when I am angry I can feel how this affects the way I move my body. When I distract my mind following the movements inside my body (through gentle breath) and outside (feeling every part of my body) I start to experience harmony. When I have negative feelings this is often a sign that somewhere down the line I did not listen to my body, but sometimes not feeling good can also be the way my body clears old hurts that I have been holding on to. It took some practice but now that I’ve got the hang of it being aware of my movements, keeping my moves and my breath gentle and continuously feeling where my body is at has made me more loving with myself and has made my life more joy-full, even if I don’t get it right all of the time just my intention works magic. And this is just a small part of the wisdom Universal Medicine has to offer.

  47. This is way cool Lyndy, the fact that your house was a full reflection of the love and light you live from and felt by family, really gorgeous and such an inspiration. The presentations delivered by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine are for all of us to know we have the same love and light inside us to live by too.

  48. The most beautiful part of the way Serge Benhayon presents the wisdom is that nobody owns it. It can just be lived and thereby be understood. It’s the end of the quest that mainly takes part in our heads and the beginning of life, real life.

  49. “I know, it’s like this because Lyndy is living in it… it is the way she lives.” Could there be a better way to express the love you brought into your life Lyndy? The light around you is so bright it is there for everyone to see. Beauty-full.

  50. What a beautiful confirmation that the energy we choose to live from determines the choices we make in life and these choices regulate the quality of our livingness. It is our choice to take responsibility not just for ourselves but for what we reflect to humanity is a result of our choices.

  51. I love when your friend said ‘I want what she’s got’ you said it was there inside of her always ready to choose. How often have we searched outside of ourselves for this true love when it was always within waiting for us to re-connect to.

  52. Such validation from friends and family about the way you’re living and its affect on your vitality and your home says it all. It’s in your lived experience, the quality that you hold yourself in and that you emanate – that’s the proof that this works. Surely worthy of serious scientific and medical research?

  53. I love this Lyndy – “Then my sister-in-law said, “I know, it’s like this because Lyndy is living in it… it is the way she lives.” I was momentarily stunned to hear these words! Our beautiful connection with each other has continued from here.” Beautiful. People do notice us. A few months ago I returned to my old village – where I used to live – meeting many people I hadn’t seen for two years at an event. So many people commented on how well I looked, younger and more vibrant. One even asked me if I had a man in my life – as if one could only look that well if one was in a relationship!

  54. Absolutely gorgeous Lyndy and the wisdom coming from your sister-in-law made me smile. We do all feel energy and when one is living with a particular energetic quality our homes are transformed as well as the way that we look. There are only two forms of energy and so if one can leave us vital, fit and glowing – what is the impact of the other and could it be at the root of our ill health?

  55. “There was simply the presentation of an elegant truth that we all originally come from love and that this is the stuff we are made of.” A beautiful sentence and one that resonates with me. Serge Benhayon invites you to meet the love that you already are in your inner-heart and it is then your choice to live love in all you do.

  56. Dr. Lyndy, I understand completely what you speak about, when you say that you have found nothing but the highest integrity, good will and good sense, since your association with Universal Medicine. This has been my experience too, I remember well the first ever presentation I attended, how I was literally blown away by the complete sense everything made that was being shared. This was a new experience for me to feel the level of truth in what was being shared, and now nine years later I continue to be deeply inspired by the teaching of the Ageless Wisdom as presented by Serge Benhayon and all the Universal Medicine practitioners.

  57. There is no doubt we can feel the way someone lives in their house. One has only to go into an antique store to feel the energy of second hand furniture – and its age has nothing to do with its mustiness.

  58. Lyndy, a delight to read your blog again. “There was simply the presentation of an elegant truth that we all originally come from love and that this is the stuff we are made of.” This truth from Serge Benhayon has also transformed my life and continues to do so. It’s not a concept but something felt within that is confirmed as a living truth. Now I have reconnected to it I am learning to be and live from this love everyday and as you say, it’s beautiful!

  59. Hi Lyndy …this blog is a joy to read . . . particularly this line . . . “It became clear to me that we are living as if in a ‘sea’ of energy, and that each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling.” This line brings home the extent of our responsibility and completely wipes blame out of the water.

  60. What you have chosen Lyndy is an inspiration for others and stands out in a world that is so used to seeing it as normal to live life in disregard and drive… I definitely did. It shows how powerful and healing a reflection of truth can be.

  61. I love your following example Lyndy: “For example, I could really feel the difference between something done with care and love and something done in resentment, and the effect this had on my own body.” That is such a simple way to explain what we all in truth are abel to feel even when we deny it – energy.

  62. Thank you Lyndy for a beautifully inspiring article to read the truth that ” It is a treasure we all possess, without exception, and one that can never be taken away.”

  63. I love these beautiful heartfelt words of truth that you share Lyndy and the gorgeous confirmations you have received from living your love so simply and elegantly. Living in this way makes the ‘invisible’ visible so that others can’t help but notice and want to live that which resides within them also but is yet to be expressed out.

  64. “There was simply the presentation of an elegant truth that we all originally come from love and that this is the stuff we are made of.” How beautifully expressed it is indeed an elegant truth that we come from love and are made of it.

  65. I love the example of your brother thinking your house had been painted when it hadn’t, that’s such a great example of how we actually see energy, and how the energy of something actually effects what it looks like.

  66. Dear Lyndy,
    How we live, everyone of us, is seen by those around us. To see and feel love lived, cannot be missed, to accept the gift it brings to others is also not to be shied away from, but to be embraced and lived more.

  67. Life-giving wisdom is an apt and beautiful way of describing what is offered through Serge and Universal Medicine. We are blessed to have access to what can inspire us so deeply and awaken us to so much more than we have previously allowed ourselves to live.

  68. “It is a treasure we all possess, without exception, and one that can never be taken away.”
    I love that statement Lyndy and agree, we do all have this preciousness inside, we only need to re-discover it.

  69. Lyndy I loved that your brother thought that you had painted your home because it was looking ‘so fresh and light and new’ but your sister-in-law observed it to be courtesy of the way you live. It goes to show how much people feel and observe about us all.

  70. I’ve noticed this week how often we don’t even consider appreciating ourselves or what we bring to others. We don’t realise what another may pick up on from us or be inspired by… we can’t even guess what that may be, for us it may be the smallest thing, like having a tidy desk or how gentle you walk around the office but for another it stands out big time. Each one of us are always watching and feeling everything, and know what feels true and what does not.

  71. Gorgeously expressed Lyndy. The way you appreciate yourself is inspiring. I too have seen a massive turnaround in my relationships as a direct result of my interactions with Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. I have been able to see through the drama I created and come back to simple truth from a place of responsibility.

  72. On reading this article today this sentence brings to me a moment to stop. “This way of living does not in any way deny the fact that the world is in a mess – it sees what is there to be seen and does not judge.” When really considered this is so very freeing, for whilst one sees the mess and judges we are trapped in the very same mess. But, when one can see and stay steady we are free of the trap and are a beacon for the world – a way for another to also free themselves.

  73. I simply love and appreciate the ‘plain good sense’ Serge Benhayon brings to everything he talks about; it is always relatable, applicable in everyday life and even the seemingly most far out themes like philosophical, energetic or scientific topics are relevant and made real.

  74. “I have by no means mastered this, but the beauty of even my imperfect living of this truth is indescribable.” Yes it is, it is incredible and amazing about discovering the truth of you and discarding what is not you. It is not easy sometimes with the distraction of being identified with what comes out. Being it an awful emotion or an elating feeling of love. Thus is the responsibility of being you.

  75. The inside of your house looking as if it been painted is also a reflection that you had ‘re-painted’ your ‘inside’. It is so true, change you and your world changes.

  76. “I could really feel the difference between something done with care and love and something done in resentment, and the effect this had on my own body. It became clear to me that we are living as if in a ‘sea’ of energy, and that each of us is responsible for how that ‘sea’ is feeling. Once I could feel this for myself, I felt connected to all other beings and, instead of operating like the Lone Ranger, I felt the possibility of living in a way that was not harming to another. I have by no means mastered this, but the beauty of even my imperfect living of this truth is indescribable.” Most beautifully said how the simple and little steps of allowing ourselves to see and feel what we feel and bringing this into our daily life can bring immense joy and fulfilment.

  77. The difference when something is done with love and something that is done in resentment is huge, I have noticed this when i clean, I may think I am cleaning with love but if there are any thoughts of resentment, I will look back later and see there are smears on glass or the energy in the room is heavier. We can learn so much about ourselves when we open up to the fact that we live in a sea of energy and that everything we do affects everyone and everything.

  78. The reflection of our livingness cannot be denied – everyone is feeling everything, whether we like to admit and be aware of it or not. This is a reminder of the level of responsibility we have in the way we live and how that is shared with one another. We can energetically inspire those who’s eyes choose to see the light of our lived way.

  79. Lyndy I love this simple yet powerful example you have shared here about energy ‘ I could really feel the difference between something done with care and love and something done in resentment, and the effect this had on my own body.’

  80. Most people can feel the difference in this, and the harm when not choosing love, so why do we keep on choosing it, ‘I could really feel the difference between something done with care and love and something done in resentment, and the effect this had on my own body.’ We are meant to be intelligent, and yet our behaviours do not always reflect this.

  81. Honest communication is important all the time, great to hear how your expression changed, ‘This has totally transformed my relationships so that I can now express, with respect, what I am feeling without fear, and also openly hear what another has to say.’ Wonderful.

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