It seems to be about looking for permanence, and forgetting that everything arises and passes. After the perception, the "urge" to do something comes on, and we act. Understanding this "urge" is an emotion that just as it arises, will pass, and nothing needs to be carried out base on this urge. It seems to me that this "urge" is an emotion elicited by the previous perception, and we create a "papancha" of stuff around this emotion and turn it into a story. let the emotion peak and dissipate, then depart, and the story and papancha do not even start. As always, it is forgetting the impernence of ... oh well,did I just create a "papancha" about impermenence being the cause of this issue? I fell into the trap of making "emptiness" a concept? As my mom said, "oy vei". At least I did not ask about the "Raiders"!!!!