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Belden Lane: "That's the trick. You have to move beyond the interference of language and thought in order to be present to the stillness of the moment, the power of the now . . . you need a method for interrupting the mind's craving for analysis, the ego's incessant hunger for experience . . . You are left, at last, in the adorned presence of the moment, resting in silence without word or thought."
And Ilia Delio finds this: "What we call a part is merely a pattern in the inseparable web of relationships . . . Nature is an interlocking network of systems . . . more a flow than fixed, like a choreographed ballet or a symphony."