I was sharing this story with a friend, and realised that it was good food for thought. It's only a story, and whether you agree with it is not important, but understanding it may bring you to understand other things.
In the hills of Nepal are set tiny villages, where the locals cling to life by farming, or more recently, by trading with tourists. In one of these villages there is a roadsidestall where tea is sold from a great boiling cauldron, at two different prices - 5 dollars, and 500 dollars. For both prices, the same tea is taken from the exact same cauldron, poured into the exact same cups, and served in exactly the same manner. Some travellers who buy the expensive tea say they have been cheated, others insist that it is the best cup of tea they've ever had in their lives.There are those who look but do not see, but maybe the pilgrimmage to seek is the more important than the epiphany of discovery. Happy interpreting.