My translation of Chapter 25 of Diamond Sutra: Dissolve all absolutes
Subhuti, what do you think? You should say Tathagata preaches as follows: "I shall bring all sentient beings to Enlightenment". Subhuti, you shouldn't have this kind of thinking. Why? Tathagata doesn't have any sentient being mind. If there is any sentient being being in Tathagata's mind, Tathagata will also have the absolute conception of I, people, sentient beings, longevity. Subhuti! When Tathagata said, "I, he doesn't have an absolute me, only common folks incorrectly hold on to an absolute me." Subhuti, and when I refer to "common folks", I also do not hold on to an absolute concept of "common folks", I am just referring to a label.
Paul's comment: This is the fundamental concept of Diamond Sutra revisited. One must see illusion out of absolute, ultimately it will also include ME.