The essence of the human being is admitted into being. Being is neither outside nor inside the human being. Admittance of the essence of the human being into being in the mode of the appropriation of the disposition. (Circle – midpoint.)
Heeding that ‘we’ can never not think being.
Attending to the question-worthiness of that which we heed in such heeding.
Attentiveness to this simplicity and to the pain of enduring the difference.
— Heidegger, The Event