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"those who would see directly into essential nature (must see) what is before our eyes: plain thusness. Roots, stems, and branches are all equally scratchy. No hierarchy, no equality. No occult and exoteric, no gifted kids and slow achievers. No wild and tame, no bound or free, no natural and artificial. Each totally its own frail self. Even though connected all which ways; even because connected all which ways. This, thusness, is the nature of the nature of nature. The wild in wild." Gary Snyder
This is Snyder's version (I think) of Thoreau's: it's not about what you look at, it's what you see.