Dear Readers, Part-1
Recently, it has been said repeatedly about certain person being proud, self-exalting, and critical on this forum. It is generally assumed that when few people are saying this about a particular individual, then it must be true. I wish to explore this in detail, if possible, after reading brothers Varghese and John Miller’s postings on this thread.
It is generally accepted in this world that in a dialog, debate, or on a forum like this, everyone has the responsibility to provide answers to questions that are posed to them by others. These questions should be related to the subject matter under consideration. If not, the dialog, debate, or discussion will end up in chaos and I call it being hijacked. When related questions are placed, the other party has the moral obligation, is not spiritual, to answer them before going further. If any refuse to answer and proceed further, then it is considered not only unacceptable by the world, it is also unbecoming of a gentleman. This includes arrogance, pride and self-exaltation.
In the past, I have placed many questions to other contributors. Some of them (Moses LemuelRaj, John Miller, Johnson C. Philip, Tom J, ‘Youth_4_Christ,’ Varghese, ‘berecha,’ Sambudhanoor, are some of them) do answer. Writing in agreement or disagreement is not what I am addressing here. THEY DID ANSWER. The answering of questions shows that the discussion is proceeding with an underlying understanding of equality between the participants. No one is self-exalting over the other, even when they differ. But there are many (‘sharedconcept,’ ‘asdpoilkj,’ ‘abc,’ ‘matt10_8,’ ‘firstname.lastname@example.org,’ ‘pc,’ ‘jc,’ “Jake,’ ‘stephen1,’ ‘sudheer1,' are some of them) who refuse to answer. While refusing to answer they offer advice. There is a showing of superiority or self-exaltation, arrogance, and pride by those who refuse to answer questions that are placed to them based on their own previous writings...-->
(To be cont. Part-2)