A few months ago, while I was driving around town running errands, the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper's album was playing through my speakers.
Although I'm not sure of the original intent of the lyrics to Fixing a Hole, in a later interview, Paul McCartney stated that the some of the lyrics came to mind when he was working on his farmhouse on the west coast of Scotland.
The opening lines go like this (cue music!)
I’m fixing a hole where the rain gets in
And stops my mind from wandering
Where it will go.
However, the first phrases of the chorus seem particularly apropos to non-duality.
And it really doesn't matter if
I'm wrong, I'm right
Where I belong, I'm right
Where I belong.
I just had to laugh. There is only just this moment! We are always right where we belong!
(Lyrics published by Beatles' in 1967; Modified image of St. Pepper album cover (1967) published by Rolling Stone in 2017).