The beech leaf moves in the moving water. My hand moved and made the water move. The plants I ate before supplied my body with the energy. The earth and the sun have supplied the plants with energy. The earth is supplied with energy from the sun. The sun got its energy from the cosmos.
The cosmos moved the leaf. The cosmos moved the cosmos. Where should a separate „I“ still have its place in this series?
Everything is a common connection. Nothing is separate. Everything is a common context. Nothing is separate. And nothing is fighting against something else.
It is only the half-knowing, mad mind that generates such ideas. If I move my hand only to take pleasure in what I have done, then it is the determinate mind that acts as it must.
If I only wring my hand to push the leaf to a drowning mosquito, then I am selflessly giving my energy from cosmos to cosmos.