There is something in you that, just by reading a description of food, can say, “That’s good.” But your nature is that only after food has touched the tongue and the aroma has reached the nose can you say, “Wow! This is good!” So for one part of you, description is good enough. For another part of you, something has to be real. Then, and only then, is it accepted. In that part of you that belongs to the realm of the real, there is something very beautiful called the heart. In the realm of the heart, description means nothing.