Another lesson taught by Mycenas is discussed by David Arora in Mushrooms Demystified where he contrasts the hunters who range widely looking for the large edible mushrooms and those "one or two keen-eyed individuals . . . content to remain where they are, meticulously examining every leaf, twig, and cone. . . . I harbor a profound respect for these exceptional individuals. In a society where we are taught from birth to think big, it is encouraging to find some who are still able to make the distinction between quality and quantity, who appreciate the fact that size alone is not a measure of intrinsic worth" (p. 224). This is a lesson always wholesome to relearn. You don't need to drive to the Grand Canyon to see the wonders of nature. You need only to slow down and pay close attention where you are at this present moment. The miracle of the universe is right here, right now, waiting for you.