"The main thing is not the essence, but the episodes." Look at the details and extract meaning, truth and benefit from them. Honey is always mixed with tar, you need to take honey, and leave the tar to those who need it. An important nuance is that for different people, honey and tar will be different.
You are interested in the whole, and I am not interested in the whole. The whole has long been created, it is there, and we have seen it hundreds of times. I'm interested in details and nuances. I break the whole into tiny bits and pieces. Everyone is looking for a holistic truth, and I don't need it, it has long been invented.
Importantly not the crux of the, and episodes. Everyone has his own whole, to take someone else's whole will not work, and it is not necessary. Everyone needs details. Take the parts you need from people and leave the parts you don't need.
Experience leads to an increase in the distinctions of things. As the experience grows, the number of visible details and nuances increases. However, when you reach a certain limit, you come back to one whole. Therefore, lack of experience and a lot of experience often give the same results.
The more experienced a person is, the more details are available to them. Experience is the ability to break the whole into the smallest details. In the second stage of the experiment, you need to put everything back together and see the whole in detail.
The main thing is not the essence, but the episodes, because the goals are ephemeral, and the ideal is unattainable. Our task is to search endlessly for pieces and assemble a whole from them. Our goal is an endless process of assembling the mosaic of being.
The main thing is not the essence, but the episodes... however, knowing all the details, we automatically know the whole. The main thing is episodes, because the less, the more. The truth is very, very small, but at the same time huge. On the other hand, the whole, although it seems huge and large, is essentially very simple.