My rendition of Chapter 31 of Diamond Sutra - Non-discrimination of knowledge and perception
Buddha: Subhuti, if people say Buddha said this is my view, that is people's view, longevity's view etc. Subhuti, what do they mean? Do they understand the meaning of my teachings?
Subhuti: No, World Holiness. They don't understand the meaning of your teachings.
Subhuti: When World Holiness said this is my view, people's view, longevity's view, He also meant this is not my view, not people's view, not longevity's view. These views are, when expressed as such, only named as my view, as people's view, as longevity's view.
Buddha: Subhuti, those who have willed Bohdi must understand, view and comprehend my Dharma this way. No absolute form of knowledge or perception should be created.
Subhuti, likewise, after I said "my teaching", I also mean this is "not my teaching"; it is only named as "my teaching".
Paul's comment: The Buddha's view against absolute is absolute: it includes everything: including every sentient beings and include every piece of knowledge or perception arising from any sentient beings which incidentally also include the Buddha Himself. Those who fail to understand this core concept cannot attain the highest level of enlightenment as discussed in the Diamond Sutra.
A concluding remark to the Diamond Sutra.