The nondual nature of aspiration and realization, desire and fulfillment

This yellow flower, that melodious bird-song, this particular doubt, that specific memory – this very life-and-death – as it is here-now is the sacred life of Buddha; thus Shobogenzo presents and elucidates the nondual nature of aspiration and realization, desire and fulfillment.

Excerpt from,  Zen Cosmology: Dogen’s Contribution to the Search for a New Worldview