Exhausting oneself unifying things without realising that they are the same, is called “three in the morning”. This is why. A monkey trainer gave them chestnuts. He said: “You will get three in the morning, and four in the evening.” All monkeys were angry. He said: “alright, four in the morning and three in the afternoon, then”. All monkeys were happy. Reality was the same, but passions were used, and had to be accomodated. Therefore, the Sage reconciles all things by looking at our affirmations and denials, while standing still in the center of the Heavenly Wheel. This is called going both ways.