Two Kinds of I: One True, One False

The false I, in other words, covers the merely labeled I just as a carpet might cover a floor.

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Existing In Mere Name Relating To The Base

It appears to have never come from our own mind. It appears as if it has nothing to do with our own mind.

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Meditating On How The Object of Refutation Is There All Of The Time

Whenever we look at the I, the gag cha––the false object that is to be refuted–appears on the I

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We Are Like Children Howling With Despair

It’s like a child who cries when someone destroys their sandcastle or makes it collapse. The child thinks, “Oh, you’ve destroyed my sandcastle” and gets very upset, as if a real castle had been destroyed

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