Unborn emptiness has let go of the extremes of being and non-being. Thus it is both the centre itself and the central path. Emptiness is the track on which the centred person moves. JE TSONGKHAPA (1357-1419)
Reading this quotation from the Tibetan Buddhist Je Tsongkhapa (aka Je Rinpoche) just now in Stephen Batchelor's excellent book Buddhism Without Beliefs (1997), it struck me that it had some affinity with the poem I wrote a few days ago, Sweet Nothing.
The photo was taken on Mount Etna in Sicily.