I dunno. There's a lot of cues not conveyed in the written text. How something is spoken, how the body is held, other intangible cues. I have heard teachings given in an admirable way and I've heard the same teachings given in an unadmirable way. So I guess I'm saying... I'd have to be there.
I can tell you a perhaps related story. Back before I was a Buddhist, I had read a lot of Buddhist teachings but I was not inspired to implement them. Then I by chance met a monk. His demeanor, his composure, his way of speaking all impressed me and led me to think that if Buddhism made him who he was then maybe there was something to these teachings worth implementing. That was the key event which led to my becoming a Buddhist.
I imagine meeting the Buddha would be something like that. You'd feel something which would inspire you to listen to what he had to say, to learn it and to implement it.
Be heedful and you will accomplish your goal.