So the previous thread was locked for reasons I am unaware of.
In reply to the last post, it isn't my duty to tell those who are ignorant they are wrong, for I'm not arrogant enough to assume that I am in such a position.
Here's somthing I read on these forums a while ago that really made alot of sense to me. forgive me but I forget who said it.
"What we see is always ourselves. It is useless to correct anyone's behavior. If he knew what he was doing, he wouldn't be doing it, true enough, but he is just as capable of knowing it as we are. If he doesn't see it of his own free will, is he any more likely to do so when we tell him? By denying him his freedom to be wrong, we are equally wrong. Giving others the freedom to be stupid is one of the most important and hardest steps to take in spiritual progress. Conveniently the opportunity to take that step is all around us every day."