Once Nasr’ rudin proclaimed he was going to establish a university. His friends asked him what he would teach.
“Well, I will teach my students some theology, some philosophy, and how to wash behind their necks.”
His friends scratched their beards and said, “Hoca efendi, we understand your desire to teach theology. After all, to study the ways of Allah is the highest form of study one can undertake. And philosophy, the wisdom of man, is the second greatest form of study. But what is this about ‘washing behind the neck’?”
“Well,” Nasr’ rudin replied, “if my students do not learn how to deal with what they cannot see, neither theology nor philosophy will do them any good.”
So, how have you been doing washing the back of your neck? What do you do to help you become aware of what you cannot see?