Immersing and staying in a scene, the ‘self’ craves and averses and clings.
Detaching and observing the scene, the ‘self’ fits and makes sense of information, the mind flows naturally.
Thus give birth to the mind which stays not.
Fluid; flowing in rhythm:
It can’t be cut.
It can’t be caught.
This is the golden mean （中庸）.
This is non-striving （无为）.
This is the mind of the diamond sutra.