I think this is worth expanding on, because it's the kind of statement that seems to drive Wayne Liquorman crazy - in that, there IS suffering - suffering happens! Statements like "there is no entity to suffer" are the sort of classic "advaita-isms" that are sometimes repeated as a kind of endless loop without any real understanding.Without quoting like WWW, or sounding like WWW, can you give us your insight into this "apparent" "quandary" - that "there IS no entity to suffer", but there is "suffer-ING"?
A key to understanding what WWW is pointing to might be to consider whether "we" are actually separate from "our experience." I had considered making the title, "there IS no entity to suffer(be subject to) pleasure or pain." That would make it more clear that both WWW and I were using the word "suffer" in a somewhat old fashioned way which happens to accentuate its dualistic character. From all this it follows that as long as there seems to be a separate entity, "he" will seem to suffer(undergo) experience as "something separate."Did you notice that the following post illustrates "being-this-experience" without separation, without resistance?
I mean the post about Little Tree with his Granma.