When we see a person, the best person or the greatest master is bound to have truthfulness. Only the one who is true is a good person.
When we distinguish the goodness or badness of a person, the criterion must be on how truly the person lives and how a truthful deed the person does. To say something with no criterion, it wouldn’t be an end. It is just a meaningless dispute. First, we have to set where a certain criterion on a dispute is put. And then the dispute must be done. I can say like this.
August 23. 1998.