how do you put into words the indescribable? I appreciated this treatment of a very complicated concept (excuse me, of something that is beyond conceptualization). 'A' is 'A'. 'A' is not 'A'. 'A' is 'A', but this statement is not the same as the first... I really do not want to attempt to explain non-dualism here when Thich Nhat Hanh does so much better.
If this intrigues you, and you would like to investigate it from a different angle, I suggest looking into physics: non-locality (as demonstrated by the EPR paradox), holographic models of the universe, and the likelihood that a deeper level of reality contains more than the four dimensions in which we are embedded, offer possibilities as to how this sutra relates to us.
Thay is a wonderful Dharma teacher, of course, but he tries to present Zen Dharma in his own way, trying to hide any reference to our self nature, the very key of Zen. I don't know why he does it, but he does it. In his commentary on The Diamond That Cuts Through Illusion Sutra, he is limited by his own approach. You can better read Ven. master Hanshan's commentary, what a difference! This is not a Thay's worthy work, he can do it much much better, only if he forgets his own philosophy for a second.