The worst kind of evil you can be is a kind that you don't recognize and disguise as effort toward a perceived end. How do you know when your actions or words to someone that you're trying to "fix" aren't invading their own personal rights/beliefs/privacy? Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, right? Do you, or when do you "force" help?
No one person knows what's best all the time. We all know what we know and continue to know more through our agreements as well as disputes. Or grow in our learnings...
We all have learned to "agree to disagree" at times to keep the peace. But there will always be the small few that will not only draw the "line" but cross it...
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Answer by witchqueen at 1:03 PM on Jan. 27, 2009
I wonder at times if those who are trying to "fix" others are not trying to "fix" themselves, redeem themselves for something they have done in the past...
By making another feel ashamed, hurt or fear the faith or lack of that they follow to me isn't justifiable of a "Greater Good"...it is and always will be disrespectful, and as far as I know isn't "Hate" wrong...
Let people come to you if they need too... let them know that you are there for them, but don't pressure, bash or hate... JMO
Answer by gmasboy at 1:04 PM on Jan. 27, 2009