“People in the world tend to believe in one of two views: the view of being or the view of nonbeing. That is because they are bound to wrong perception. It is wrong perception that leads to the concepts of being and nonbeing.
Kaccayana, viewing the world as being is an extreme; viewing it as nonbeing is another extreme. The Tathagata avoids these two extremes and teaches the Dharma dwelling in the Middle Way.
The Middle Way says that this is, because that is; this is not, because that is not. ”
Insight: being is one extreme, non-being is the other extreme, so Interbeing is the middle way.
Interbeing says that this is, because that is – it is the Middle Way, it is the right view (aka non-view, just Truth). Guido said this discourse could also be called Discourse on Right View.