You may not like this response, but it is just my opinion anyhow ..... so you are free to reject it if you wish.
You can live your life in a "non duality" view mode if you simply (well it's NOT really a simple thing to do, I'll admit that) if you practice a state of "mindful perception" that does NOT grasp or attach itself to any one view and only that one view.
Such a "mindful perception" is a learned practice, it does not grasp or attach one's perception to any one view or form. Instead it just sees the object as a perception to simply be perceived, existing in it's own right as do all other perceptions in this world as an illusion and not a reality in it's own right.
In other words, each object and perception is but a temporary illusion generated by your mind without any intrinsic reality, essentially "empty".(in Zen terminology).
I realize that sounds like Zen "nonsense talk" .... but if you try to learn to see each object in that "Mindful Perception" mode ... perhaps you can see what I mean.
At least I hope you can.
Shame on you Shakyamuni for setting the precedent of leaving home.
Did you think it was not there--
in your wife's lovely face
in your baby's laughter?
Did you think you had to go elsewhere (simply) to find it?
from - Judyth Collin
The Layman's Lament
From What Book, 1998, p. 52
Edited by Gary Gach