Upasaka (?) Frank K possible does a lot of crime in telling:
- Classical Chritians, "Liberal" ideas:
Here's a great database with brief descriptions where brave individuals often had to face great hardship, like getting fired from their job, ostracized from their church and family, for doing the right thing....
- The try to justify with Subjecting:
If you witness the [Dhamma] (Beloved, good?, what one identifies with) being molested, are cognizant of it, and you don't do something about it, you are complicit in the crime.
If you were not cognizant of it, did not understand it was a crime, but it was later explained to you clearly, then you have a duty to do.
If you were not cognizant of it, but it was explained to you, and you intentionally did not pay attention to the explanation and willfully avoided looking at the evidence, then you are complicit in the crime.
- The possible "crime" of a Recluse pointing out faults and misconduct of a householder.
Maybe someone, out of compassion, likes to assist a fellow to gain Jhana, insight and possible awareness release, by a proper answer.
Does any kind of crime justify another? If, till what extend does aversion not simply nurish the root, Moha, to burn on?
[Not at all given for trade and exchange but for release from this wheel of corruption]