White Lotus wrote:page 98.  "Nowhere did the Tathagata stand because his mind sought no support".To stand in "dharmas are empty" is to "not stand in prajnaparamita".
one does not take ones stand anywhere, even in emptiness? free to come and go, to accept or reject?
best wishes, White Lotus.
Actually, if you examine the logic closely, there is no conflict between what you and Ven. Huifeng and the sutra are saying. Unless Huifeng was was saying we should stand in the prajnaparamita...
Basically "standing in" makes a poor metaphor, as it implies taking up a position, owning and defending it. One might ask, how do you stand in emptiness? Where is it, and what stands there?