gregkavarnos wrote:That's more like it! Now you are not positing a view but seeking answers to questions that concern you!What is the role of "teacher" in the context of liberation which may enable one to be of help for others to get liberated?
When does "teacher" become bondage?
Does "benefit" have to have a certain quality before "leaving" is undertaken?
Can "benefit" arise when "leaving" is rejected?
Neither "you" nor "me".
In order to investigate into sample questions like these (further questions may be involved) the following hypothesis has been put forth:
TMingyur wrote:In order to receive benefit, one has to find its source. Once benefit has been received the source of benefit should be left.
As soon as you have received benefit from a teacher, immediately leave him.
Never settle down.
Or vice versa:
Investigating into the hypothesis may raise questions like these sample questions.