You can hide from the sun; but, as Heraclitus asked,
How can anyone hide from that which never sets?
Τὸ μὴ δῦνόν ποτε πῶς ἄν τις λάθοι;Kahn CXXII
This is a complement to the question: How can anyone attend to that which is always there? How can you look for what is never missing?