You may hear the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Yet, you only truly know the taste of anything as you put it on your own palatte. Then, the body begins to recognize texture, sensations, and vibes on a deeper level. Each flavour is unique and bursting with a story.
In other words, to fully appreciate something, you have to experience it directly yourself. You can assume you have the same taste preferences as someone else, but this is not the same as tickling your own tastebuds or savouring something again, as if for the first time.
Notice how opinions are created based on heresay. Notice the actual reasons you agree or disagree with someone. So long as ego drives you, it has something to prove, so you speak up. From the moment you experience peace and contentment, questions are answered as they arise. Peace is felt by everyone in your presence. There is no need to say anything.
On another level, to fully appreciate this moment, you are invited to stop comparing it with memories of other experiences. You are invited to stop judging and assuming history has to repeat. As every moment feels new and fresh, you are allowing life and energy to flow freely without doubt or fear. This allows feelings of joy, peace and freedom to reveal themselves. Paths you think you have trodden, places you think you have been, never feel the same again.