lama tsewang wrote:I was not trying to make any personal attack , with my previous post.
I am trying to show how dangerous some of these statements can be .
I am reminded of what Nagarjuna , or rather what i have bee told, That it is much more dangerous to be attached to emptiness , than to be attached to following precepts and being attached to relative truth
Who said anything about emptiness? Nagarjuna was referring to nihilists saying that there was no such thing as cause and effect and then neither sowing the seeds of positive results nor avoiding harming others which is obviously a catastrophe. I have not made any such claim. I am simply saying that Vajrayana is by nature dangerous, requires sharp faculties, honesty about one's capability and a strong conscience.
As Woody Guthrie said,
"I love a good man outside the law, just as much as I hate a bad man inside the law."