Anthony,

 

I screwed up!  Again!

 

I meant to say:

 

[Bill!] The outcome for YOU would be that YOU would NOT judge other people’s 
behavior as moral or immoral.

 

…Bill!

 

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Anthony,

 

My comments are embedded below:

 

A Tantric story describes an 'enlightened' person as killing fish, drinking 
wine and having an affair with women. Is that the outcome of your highlighted 
statement below?

 

[Bill!’s Highlighted Statement] It stops the imperative to classify things as 
moral/immoral or

altruistic/selfish.

 

[Bill!] The outcome for YOU would be that YOU would judge other people’s 
behavior as moral or immoral.

 

[Bill!] On a similar note the last stage of the Ten Ox Herding Pictures shows 
the fully enlighten sage returning the village carrying a jug of wine and a 
fish. Are the sage's actions moral or immoral? 

 

…Bill!

 

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