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thank you @federica, this is a very intelligent question (at least i consider so)
i am not in category 1 or 2 deifinetely and i might be in category 3 or 4
since I am full of ignorance, craving and conceit, but try to practice Dhamma that i have learnt, i try to test myself by analysing my reaction and my action to your post
following is my analysis:
1. see 'seeker 242's post'
2. a perception arise within
a) 'there is a valuable Dhamma point need to be discussed ' is the perception
b) there is no mindfulness to see that a pereception arisen from within and a perception has no inherant quality
3. react to that perception
4. ask (speak) the question (in this case write (act) the question)
** i didn't know i was asking the question at the moment i was asking**
Insight meditation (mindfulness meditation) reveals 'a perception is just a word/words arise from within' and we react (act or speak) accordingly
it is a life long practice to be mindful with the understanding one get through Insight meditation