Thanks for your contributions guys.
Equanimity based on skillfullness; I like this.
Looks like I need to look into my idea/understanding of skillful, I don't know if I'm prepared to die/sacrifice my body in the name of the Dhamma if a situation arises that self-defense/counterattack would negate just yet -
Here's another question:
In my original proposition I've used the word predator, this predator to me would be buddha nature being distorted by basic instincts/unwholesome desire, for one wanting to get rid of distinctions and permanently recognise everythings sameness/buddha nature how do yo do away with distinctions that allow you to be skillful/perform skillful actions or avoid and negate unwholesomeness - even though you might not get excited or frightened or whatever by the potential of predators/bandits aren't you still categorizing/differentiating them based on some quality/probability inherent to them i.e. unwholesome, wrong, idle, dangerous, greedy, etc?
Another way to ask this would be what seperates or allows you to distuinguish say a bikkhu from a shark?