Being a Person of Sanity
It is through body, speech, and mind
that we relate with the phenomenal world.
Such a relationship is not necessarily
spiritual; it is physical, bodily.
It is a question of being a person
of sanity, a person of openness.
In fact, we could almost approach
the whole path in a secular way
and call it the nontheistic discipline
of developing sanity and openness,
rather than regarding it as
purely a religious tradition.