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Andrew108 wrote:O.k but you mean we debate his interpretations rather than his teachings. If he has his own teachings then I wouldn't be interested in debating that.
Rafael Maurin wrote:[*] Some of his teachings on ethic (like giving a student the advice to break somebody’s arm)
Ole was reffering to the situation when, for instance someone wants to kill innocent people, and all the peacefull ways of preventing him to do so fail, then the only way is to break somebodys arm, to prevent killing ( I heard that explenation from Ole many times) It is in accord with Vajrayana precepts.
ReasonAndRhyme wrote:No, he wasn't - not in the situation that I witnessed. In a teaching in about 1997 Ole was asked for advice by a student who said he was bullied at the workplace by a colleague. Ole's advice was he should break the other's arm. A murmur went through the crowd, Ole looked irritated for a moment, then he repeated what he had said.
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