My message is WHY FOLLOW A GREAT MAN WALK IF WE KNOW HE IS GREAT , why don't we start walking in our own style .
First, you have to have a destination to walk toward...but in this case, CSEe, you wouldn't even know this particular "destination" if Sakyamuni hadn't found it for us. If you do not believe that his "destination" is worth walking toward, that is fine, and no one ever forced anyone to believe that Sakyamuni's destination was "mandatory." You are free to walk in whatever direction you choose......
Second, if you agree that the destination is worth reaching, wouldn't it make sense to ask for directions from someone who had been there? We're all just a bunch of sentient beings wandering around on a big rock......there are countless ones of us who are walking somewhere, impelled by our own ideas, our own concepts, our own "self-reliance," our own Egos....and the vast majority of these countless ones will end up in a destination or location that is no better than the one they left behind. In many cases, it will be worse.
From reading your posts, it would seem to me that you feel you have found the answers you need, and that your destination is in sight, and that you have planned your path, your route. It is therefore only a matter of time as to whether you are successful in reaching your destination, and only then will you know if your destination is the same as Sakyamuni's. I cannot say what the outcome will be, and I wish you the best of luck.
But this is Dharma Wheel....a community of Buddhists, or those interested in Buddhism. We may define "Buddhism" as the "roadmap" Sakyamuni left behind, for the purpose of reaching his destination. We may all disagree on the directions--we may even have differing ideas about the qualities, location, and existence of the destination. We may prefer Google Maps Buddhism, or Mapquest Buddhism, or our-friend's-directions-scrawled-on-a-napkin Buddhism, or the Rand McNally Road Atlas Buddhism, or a GPS Device Buddhism..... But we all aspire to understand more, to become more familiar with our maps, and, for most of us, to somehow get closer to Sakyamuni's destination, maybe even to reach it.
If you feel that your own map leads to the same destination, that is fine. I think, personally, your map has some fine features, from what I've gathered, but I'm not convinced it will get us there in the end. In any case, it is going to be a difficult task for you to convince us to abandon our maps, which have, after all, been shown to be effective for other wanderers besides Sakyamuni, the map maker, and to adopt your map, which we have little faith in, or to somehow "make our own maps." Perhaps your time here would be better spent in doing some research on your own map, and determining whether the destination is the same as ours.