I can't follow your line of thought. You agreed that according to your definition everything is perfect the way it is.
Therefore I asked why anyone should make an end to suffering then. I didn't ask why one should stop dhammas. I asked why stop suffering, if everything is perfect the way it is, as you think?
dhammas aren't because suffering is and with the end of suffering dhammas do not disapear. With the end of ignorance sankharà end but not all dhammas.
Can you explain what you mean with your last sentence, particularly this part: "we see that "dhammas are" because "suffering is",... , so with end of suffering, dhammas disapears"
best wishes, acinteyyo
Why stop suffering? Good question, because suffering is perfect too. Perharps stop suffering about suffering
By last words i mean that after parinibbana there is no dhammas, that we experiance dhammas because we suffer.
I dont know if it usefull for others to understand the perfection and harmony of Samsara, but it helps me to see dhammas as they are, and dont judge them, dont suffer about them, see Nibbana in Samsara.
Just observe how rainbow of shines.
In my opinion suffering is not any quality of dhammas, suffering is illusion, a defilement caused by ignorance.