Because no one has your experience except you, no one really knows or understands your interpretation of your said experience. Therefore that statement can only be clear to you, your experience and your interpretation of that experience. But you continue to state it in such a way that you believe everyone ought to immediately understand what you mean. which according to you, they could'nt possibly do.
So, it would seem that it's just bait for another long meaningless train of posts just so you have something to fight against. A stage for you to act out your play.
I know having a self can be very painful, you want not to have a self that grieves or becomes angry or feels lonliness although those feelings have a way of asserting themselves anyway.
It seems that dealing with them catharticly and accepting them subdues the suffering more than the outright intellectual denial of them.
But thats just from my own experience.
________________________________ From: MarshaV <valkyr@att....> To: moq_discuss@moqt... Sent: Saturday, April 28, 2012 6:08 AM Subject: Re: [MD] A problem with the MOQ.
My interpretation/experience of the “self” within the MoQ is a flow of ever-changing, conditionally co-dependent, impermanent and conceptualized static patterns (dharma) of inorganic, biological, social and intellectual value in the infinite field of Dynamic Quality.