As all things are buddha-dharma, there is delusion and realization, practice, birth and death, and there are buddhas and sentient beings.
As the myriad things are without an abiding self, there is no delusion, no realization, no buddha, no sentient being, no birth and death. - Dogen, Genjo-koan
($2000 * 20) / (50 * 2 hours) = $400 per hour
($2000 * 20) / (65 * 2 hours) = $310 per hour
Look, you seem to be a good binary, but as a former Pokémon master in my last life, I have to disagree. There's no such thing as 'Pokémons', there's only Pokémon...
Thank you for bringing up 'selective mutism', though, I learned a new word today, although I'm not entirely sure why - maybe you were alluding to the possibility that Greta Thunderberg uses this feature as a sales pitch which is about as credible as writing a book about losing weight if your favourite colour is blue?
The source material is irreparably flawed, internally contradictory, and it carries a burden of dogma and superstition, evolved through millennia of memetic selection in response to the needs of some of the darker sides of the human psyche that seeks non-answers and non-solutions to its issues, and you can't beat millennia of selection of stupidity with common sense, as experience has painfully shown time and again. But don't take me for a pessimist on this. Personally, I don't worry too much about it, since I don't identify as Buddhist (nor as Hindu, Christian, Jew, Muslim, and so on), and I am not at all interested in coming to a consensus with those who do.
This sounds like you have a lot of aversion. You need to meditate more and have faith in the Buddha's teachings, then you can finally be liberated.
People who invest 1000s of hours in learning the Buddhas teachings and following the practices and then saying they're not Buddhists are like people who spend 1000 of hours studying different variants of tail call optimization and then say they're not nerds