Dive into the decorated water and divide it between them.
„… The immediate necessities are more closely related to human beings.
surrounds his being with a narrow periphery. The superfluous overflows, i.e. it continues to flow away from its starting point, and by holding on to this starting point, it lays around the area of mere need an even more comprehensive one, which in principle is boundless. The .superfluous has, in its concept, no measure in itself; with the degree of the .superfluity of that which our having makes us part of, the freedom and princely nature of our being increases, because no given structure, as it designates the necessary as such, imposes on it any limiting law. …“ (from: Psychology of Jewelry by George Simmel)