tiltbillings wrote:And I am highly critical of your highly corrosive attack on Burmese vipassana.
When did Burmese Vipassanā become sacrosanct? You first accused me of being unfair in not accurately representing the teachings of Burmese Vipassanā, so I present the views of 5 major teachers who teach this system without comment or criticism and you call it a "highly corrosive attack." Your defender of the faith role is hypocritical man, too funny.
tiltbillings wrote:maybe it can throw some light on why you are are so insistent in your attack on Burmese vipassana.
It looks like you want to make this all about me. It's not. It never was. Now it seems that you want to try to bully me into silence with these inflamed accusations.
tiltbillings wrote:Of course, including your overly rigid insistence upon things being understood in a particular way.
"Overly rigid"? It isn't "overly rigid" to subscribe to teachings which are meaningful and coherent. You may think it is, but it isn't.