A swinging door divides a space into what appears to be two separate spaces. A person swings between a multitude of dialectics in one whole life. The dialectics include individuality-togetherness, living-dying, material-spiritual, awake-asleep, inside-outside, independent-dependent, and on and on. In reflection and meditation, attention to my breathing helps me be aware that inhaling-exhaling is one more dialectic that is really one whole like all other dialectics. I am like a swinging door between what appears to be two but really is one. I belong to both and neither side of every dialectic. I am whole. All creation is whole. What helps me become truly myself is accepting the swinging door that being a human being is, accepting the dialectics of life, being the connection rather than separation of what appears to be two opposites, seeing the wholeness rather than separation, having as much of what appears to be two opposites as I can get, and becoming more integrated and whole.