One day Billy-Bob Gautama was arrested for manslaughter in the death of the man who’d slapped his little sister. He went before the judge and said, “Judge, if you say I am responsible for this, are you not denying the reality of the bullet that entered Two-step Cordell? And the gun that fired the bullet? And what of Two-step? Do you think he would be treated as if he had no role, made into a passive object, his humanity negated? What also of my finger that is supposed to have squeezed the trigger? Has it not it’s own Truth, as do we all? Is one Truth to somehow override all others, and one perception of reality be declared the only wisdom? Also, judge, what is death? Are we not dying from the moment we are born, and does this process not stop only at the end of life? So then, can I be culpable because I stopped the process of his dying? Will you also arrest doctors? And besides, he needed killing.” In this way, the charges against Billy-Bob were dropped and the judge was Enlightened.