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In this same post,


In Point #2,

The Buddha points out that those aggregates CANNOT be under one’s control in that first part.

I think we should write it as “CANNOT be under one’s COMPLETE control”.

Otherwise, it might be misinterpreted to support “fatalistic/deterministic” philosophy.

Because, mind can decide to experience some PañcakKhanda over other PañcakKhanda, Subject to causes+conditions.

Example. Deciding to Watch sermon over watching movie.


In point #4,

For example, suppose I saw the world center towers before their destruction in the terrorist attack in 2011.

You mean 2001, right?

Hope that pointing out this kind of factual but not dhamma-related error is also fine with you Lal.