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    On Oct 10, 2017 Rajat wrote:

     "refuses to kill in order to be peaceful, he is as cold as a clam. He does not actually see the other person. Only a little less chilly is the benevolence springing from pity, which acts to remove suffering because it finds the sight of it disgusting."
    I can't assimilate the statement of Alan Watt, particularly the Bold one. Look forward to see any clarification on this phrase.


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