Being is a great word. Awareness and oneness (also good words) have more of a thing-ness about them, but being evokes BE-ing, alive-ness. This book is about the expression of being, of THIS alive-ness that is already the case.
`Being: the bottom line' is comprised of one to one dialogues (forty) compiled from meetings and correspondence. Nathan's approach is earthy, direct and precise, free from jargon and posturing. Throughout the book Nathan demonstrates that he is well equipped (and unafraid) to tackle some of the deeper and more complex themes that arise - but always with a lightness of touch and an ability to cut through any temptation towards metaphysical meandering.
It's these factors of directness and depth (an approach which Nathan shares with his mate, Leo Hartong) which help to give the book it's authentic and timeless quality.
Our true nature is always being. Whether there is ego identification or not - being is already the case (and that's the bottom line!)