Buddhist Monks by Rick Piper - ". . . and consequently, the impossibility of totalization - and, on the plane of social experience, the impossibility of forgetting the intersubjective experience that leads to that social experience and endows it with meaning. . . ." - Levinas, pt.2
The Master's power is like this. He lets all things come and go effortlessly, without desire. He never expects results; thus he is never disappointed. He is never disappointed; thus his spirit never grows old.