"Clearly Visible, Hard to See." is a title of a talk given by Stephen Batchelor that can be read in a number of different ways.
Since most of what takes place in here happens in the movements of thought(s) can we take some time to look at thought and see how it is functioning and operating?
If thought is creating divisions and inadequate representations of our relationships, will it produce the solidarity we are considering or might it produce further division?
Is it possible, without thinking about thought, to observe thought (setting down our prior ways of seeing) and observe together for a while?
Might this open up a wider range of possibilities than we could previously see and imagine?