Originally Posted by Joe Mc
Let's not forget the idea made famous by the Buddha of the Arrow. The arrow is shot and is now causing pain. Our priority is to remove the arrow and remove the pain, not
dwell on who it is who has shot the arrow, why the arrow was shot, how the arrow was shot etc. etc.
But, how to remove the Arrow shot? What if one tries to remove by shooting another arrow?
So, why the arrow is shot, and why arrows always cause pain, what is the process really happening in this Arrow shooting play - have to be understood to remove it without pain blissfully.