Every moment of experience is
contingent on a vast complex of myriad conditions. Nothing exists in and of
itself as 'this' or 'that,' 'self' or 'other.' Everything is what it is only in
relation to what it is not. To recognize this emptiness is not to negate things
but to glimpse what enables anything to happen at all.
- Stephen Batchelor,
"Nagarjuna’s Verses from the Center"