"Look, things exist in the Great Ocean. Your face may reflect in its surface. And while you observe the reflection of your own face, you find yourself in the middle of a scintillating desert. Inevitable seekers have a view; they make ideals. Virtues reveal virtues, and the most sacred virtue is to be able to distinguish thoughts from deeds. Be careful, Norea, not to replace virtues by divine terms. We are all sacred and evil. A concept is just a need. Trust proves seekers. Now listen: your tools and your Science will take you further than your senses, but a serene soul is never deluded neither by the tools, nor by the senses. Your advances reveal your shortcomings. All you have done so far is to invent machines to monitor you, and to kill you."