I suspect that clarity is stimulated by proper motive. Case in point: when determining the scope of my research project for London, I find that clarity comes only as I am able to actualize a proper motive. If I think of the research as a means to becoming more distinguished, my judgment grows cloudy. If, however, I think of the research as a means of service, my judgment grows clearer. The great complexities of life can be reduced to profound simplicities when one practices nepsis. The heart of the matter is the heart.