Only come to know the nature of your mind in which there is no self and no other,and you will in fact be a buddha. the zen teachings of huan po : on the transmission of mind, translated by john blofeld“. Man is the measure of all things, of things that are that they are and of things that are not that they are not.” Protagoras.
Ethelbert Miller asks: "With your interest in science as well as
Buddhism, I find it surprising that you don't write more about the
environment and nature in your essays. Is this a correct conclusion?"This
is a very good and a fair question. In my body of published non-fiction
one finds little that could be strictly called traditional
nature-writing. And there is a personal (as well as philosophical)
reason for that.