he wrote nothing of his teachings that we know of. does that make you happier? it conveys the same idea as posted from earlier that the master didn't record his own teachings with his own hands.<quoted text>
Why would I take up your vacuous statement with historians? I'm responding the same way they would were I make the same ignorant statement.
Try correcting your wording so that you don't taste foot.
We have no writings of Sewcrates, but that does not mean that he did not write anything down.
You stated that he did not write anything down. You do not know that to be the case, so the rest of your argument fails at the first step.
Just try to be honest.
I know that it is difficult at times, but give it a shot.
see how you took what was written and based it on your ideas?