When we look at the world is as though we look through different windows. The practise of Dhamma is to make these windows complete and proper - calm, clear and kind. Then, if we see clearly, there is no reason to think about the world any more. Furthermore we see that by adjusting our eyes we are changing our perception and we, indirectly, become the master of the mind. We create a peaceful, humble world the truth of which is universal and beyond time and space. It is as if the mind becomes time itself.