The study room

In essence I wish for the Bodhisattva - the Enlightened Existence.
"I am like a man who sees the works of a watch for the first time; he is never wearyof admiring the mechanism, though he does not know the use of theinstrument and has never seen its face. I do not know what this isfor, says he, but I see that each part of it is fitted to the rest,I admire the workman in the details of his work, and I am quitecertain that all these wheels only work together in this fashionfor some common end which I cannot perceive.”
Jean -acques Rousseau, Emile, or On Education (Profession of Faith of the Savouyard Vicar)

"I am like a man who sees the works of a watch for the first time; he is never weary
of admiring the mechanism, though he does not know the use of the
instrument and has never seen its face. I do not know what this is
for, says he, but I see that each part of it is fitted to the rest,
I admire the workman in the details of his work, and I am quite
certain that all these wheels only work together in this fashion
for some common end which I cannot perceive.”

Jean -acques Rousseau, Emile, or On Education (Profession of Faith of the Savouyard Vicar)