The believer is not transactional in her interactions. The believer does what is good because it is good, not in order to be seen to be good. The believer acts from a place of fullness, not from lack. The believer knows that her existence is an unexplainable gift and that the only appropriate response to that gift is to give. The believer does not yearn for a better future because she is mesmerised by what is. The believer notices the beauty in the smallest of things, those which the untrained eye overlooks as mundane or typical. The believer realises that the moon cannot be accurately reflected in a turbulent lake, and so stills herself so as to permit the Divine Beauty to be reflected through her. The believer spends more time cultivating her inner garden than instructing others how to behave. The believer prefers awe to outrage.