The Master is not only mindful for himself, but is receptive to others’ needs. Knowing that virtue requires great faith in judgement, he has that faith, and is good to all. Irrespective of others’ deeds, he treats them according to their needs. He has humility and is shy, thus confusing other lesser men. They see him as they might a child, judging according to the workings of their own minds, and sometimes may listen to his words.