I have lots of problems with Buddhism. And every one of them is my problem. For, whatever the objective problems which I might identify within Buddhism as a religious philosophy, it is my reaction to them that is the true problem.
I have problems with all manner of different view points, and again, every one of them is my problem. Why do I care what other people choose to believe or disbelieve? What's it have to do with me and my own path? Why do I feel the need to define myself in contrast to others?
There may be some very valid objective reasons for finding fault in other points of view, but these are only of secondary importance. The primary, and infinitely more important, question is why do I feel the need to find those faults and why does it bother me when I do?
The work is here in me, not out there.
When the problems I find in Buddhism are no longer a problem in me, then I can discuss them. But I wonder if I'd want to.
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