I feel it is of worth to see the difference between the mundane ways of the world, including mundane eightfold path, and the way beyond that, the noble path.
I feel that when dhamma-eye is opened one also sees the relative use of virtue, good deeds, development, effort, because anything conditioned and constructed, made, produced, will end too.
Ofcourse, effort, development, virtue can bring good results, and that is good ofcourse , but also they will end.
Seeing this, i feel, there is a real condition for becoming less fanatic, obsessed, troubled, passionate. Because behind all that usual passion is very often also a strong urge to do good, rescue, to help.
I feel, here supramundane effort is different. It is an effort to end even bright deeds. I feel it wants to connect goodness of heart with wisdom. Bring balance.
I do not think that every stream-entrent really knows first noble truth as Buddha did, such as the suffering of all beings in samsara, the pain of hell-beings, the affliction of peta’s, etc. Maybe not even the experiantial suffering of severe illness, old age, dying.
I personally believe an important aspect of Dhamma is seeing how relative all is (not meaning worthless!). In other words: ‘whatever is subject to arising is also subject to ceasing’. Also the fruits of doing good cease. I feel this makes one realistic and less fanatic, obsessive, passionate, especially also in doing good.
I tend to believe that a stream-enterer sees this. He/she does good but also sees the relativity of all this. This aspect of the relativity of deeds, even good deeds, is a mark of a wise person, i think, also in obeying rules and doing practices. If it is not establised in wisdom it becomes again fanatic, obsessed, passionate, ego, fury.
I personally feel that a noble sees the uncreated, unmade, unbecome, but not as an esoteric mystical experience but just as that in ordinairy mind that one does not see arising and ceasing like formations.
It is always part of ones experience, but often our attention is only to movements, formations.