I'm trying to translate the word "khoáng đạt" in Vietnamese. It is translated as "broad-minded" or "liberal-minded", but I think the word "khoáng đạt" is more than that. Say there is a profound question that is very abstruse when thinking about it, let alone finding the solution, but the speaker says it intuitively, relaxedly and somewhat playfully, as if it is very straightforward, effortless and carefree.
- Most philosophical works are abstruse, even esoteric, but reading Zhuangzi you will find it _______.
- I find that words like "straightforward" or "warmhearted" is more straightforward than "uncomplicated" or "benevolent". Of course within a mastered hand every word is powerful, but for a non-native English speaker like me, they usually express that the speaker has escaped the suffering of finding the correct words. They feel more intuitive and _______.