Firth: So what do you want to do now Diane? Diane: Get back to work. Firth: What work? Diane: My clients, my old cases. My partners picked up the slack while I was recovering, but now I’m back. Firth: Ever heard of Ryōkan, the Zen master? Diane: No. Firth: He lived a simple life in a hut at the foot of a hill. One evening a thief broke in only to discover there was nothing to steal. Ryōkan surrendered his clothes to him as a gift. After the thief ran away Ryōkan was left sitting naked watching the moon. And he thought, ‘Poor fellow. I wish I could him this beautiful moon.’ Diane: I don’t think I understand.