If someone develops an eisegesis along the lines of what you suggest, some people will go on to lock it in stone as "this is how it should be - this is how it is", regardless of the fact that it was not spoken by the Buddha and that it is merely one person's interpretation of what the Buddha said, what the Buddha meant and what he might have thought had he existed in the 21st century. Once it becomes established as such, it starts denying the right of other people to find out what he said for themselves before that additional filter was superimposed over the top.
Sure, you can act how you like personally, in accord with whatever morality you like. You can even extrapolate beyond the Dhamma for your own personal use, but we really do not need any more eisegesis, we certainly do not need Thich Nath Hanh to replace the five precepts, and we do not need to smuggle our personal preferences and worldly agendas into the Dhamma.
'The Blessed One is an Arahant, the Fully Enlightened One, perfect in knowledge and conduct, the Happy One, the knower of the world, the paramount trainer of beings, the teacher of gods and men, the Enlightened One, the Blessed One.'