‘We should not cling to the idea of darkness or light; we should not cling to the idea of equality or differentiation. Most people, once they have a grudge against someone, find it almost impossible to change their feeling. But if we are Buddhists we should be able to shift our minds from bad to good and from good to bad. If you are able to do so, “bad” does not mean bad, and “good” does not mean good anymore. But at the same time, good is good and bad is bad. Do you understand?’ (Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness)
The key word here is ‘cling’, as it usually is. Unless it is ‘grasp’, or sometimes, ‘dwell’. Do you understand?