In this article, the authors introduce a theory of 'One being for Two origins' from a teaching of the Buddha to consider the unification of technology, nature, and human-beings. The theory of One being for Two origins has a contradictory structure, and it is difficult for those with a scientific background to fully understand. At the first step, we present a theory of values (the theory of the three aspects) as an introduction to the theory of One being for Two origins. The theory of three aspects explains a mechanism of how values such as the good and the bad emerge in front of us using three concepts of the good, the bad, and the 'Muki'. Then the theory of One being for Two origins follows the theory of three aspects as the fundamental mechanism of the schemes of things. Through the theory of One being for Two origins, the authors discuss how humans become to be able to recognize the truth behind the language and any biases to avoid the conflicts among technology, nature and human-beings.