'Sancho said to Seppo, "The golden carp has leapt through the net. Now, how will it sustain itself?" Seppo said, "When you have leapt through the net yourself, I will tell you." Sancho said, "A renowned teacher of fifteen hundred monks cannot find even one word to say about this?" Seppo said, "As the abbot, I have many things to take care of.' (Case 49) This goes along with Monday's story. The monk wanted a helping hand; he thought he had a cool question, and that the abbot would give him something decisive and clear to affirm him. The abbot knew better: if you aren't there, there's no point in asking; if you are there, more to the point, you won't need to ask. Right now, he probably has another meeting to go to. Besides, where is this net?