Hanzze wrote: TMingyur wrote:
Hanzze wrote:So what kind of others could change your opinion, TMingyur?
What opìnion are you referring to?
you told that "Secondly, it depends on who these "others" are supposed to be and on the "factuality" ("reality") of these alleged "others".
Is is necessary of which kind are the others, ...
You are not precise enough to support an efficient communication. You asked "So what kind of others could change your opinion, TMingyur?" and I asked "What opìnion are you referring to?" but you did not answer what opinion or view you are referring to.
Obviously you do not understand. The kind of others as to changing my view is of course dependend on the view in question. There are e.g. mundane views having to do with life as a layman (e.g. the view that one has to work in a certain way in order to be able to make one's living) and there are conventional views as to the buddhist path.
So what view ("opinion") are you referring to?
Hanzze wrote:... your decisions will be our decision. That is a kind of fear I am talking about, I guess the same like requested from Annapurna. Who is teaching that?
Sorry, but please comply with conventional language and its meaning. My decisions are my decisions not yours and not "ours". However my decisions may affect others as others may affect my decisions. And again: These "others" are not the same "others" in all contexts of decisions. I do not understand what this has to do with fear. The influence of others has to do with the question of necessity not with fear.
If you want to have an efficient communication then please express yourself in a precise manner. Do not leave something just in your mind and do not write only a portion of what your are thinking. I am unable to follow your line of thought.