We can not live at that heightened intensity all the time. We resort to observer and the observed

When you are angry, at that second, there is neither the observer nor the observed, “I must not be angry” or “I am not justified in being angry.” Then there is the division between the observer and the observed but not at the moment of anger.

Now at the moment of any crisis there is neither the observer nor the observed, because the thing is demanding and we cannot live at that heightened intensity all the time. Therefore we resort to the observer and the observed.

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