For example, these two eyes that you see on my face, I use very minimally. I use these eyes for very practical things, but for everything else—in terms of how I see the world, how to teach someone, how to guide someone, my peacefulness, my joy, my love of God, my celebration of life—I don’t use these eyes.
So, using the eyes of the heart, the heart doesn’t intellectually know all these principles. It doesn’t know how to define what is faith, it doesn’t know how to explain accurately what is love, what is surrender, what is selflessness, what is oneness, what is inner peace. It doesn’t know how to explain. It just expresses that.
For example, we can see in the room here, there’s a fireplace. Now that fire doesn’t know how to explain warmth, it just gives warmth. It doesn’t know how to calculate, “At what temperature do I need to raise myself so that in one hour I give enough warmth for everyone in the room to enjoy?” It doesn’t know how to do all these calculations. It just spontaneously gives warmth.