Thank you for the opportunity to respond. This is an experiment. I thought I would answer the suggested questions before I read the article and then respond again after a read the article. My top priority in life is to be nobody, going nowhere. I do not see a way to wholeness. I see wholeness as the way. Not being a separate person seems to include more wholeness. I have difficulty avoiding rigidity and I don't know how I will do it. When I'm a separate me, I am rigid. Meditation and reading about Zen Buddhism has helped me want to be no one, going nowhere. The problem is that I still am a separate me who does that wanting. Perhaps if I accept that wanting in a compassionate manner, I will be more whole. My response after reading is similar to my response before the reading. Not knowing this or that seems to be helpful to me. Being in the present helps me stick with "it" since there is nothing but the present. Warm and kind regards to everyone.