7. Instruction or Opinion?
I'm mentally normal and sound, personality independent, and at least basically I'm capabe of sensibly judging my reading or doing whether nor not it is good or bad. I don't need someone comes over and addresses to me "Do not treat this book as..", especially with the wording like "Bullsh*t". Such comments are disrespectful to both of the speaker and listeners. I felt like I was a three-year old being tutored, and my judgement was being insulted.
I don't think people have any right to instruct me to do or not to do something, if I behave within the the framework of laws and regulations, rules to which I am subjected. For example, I will comply with the rules with the forum if I intend to continue posting here.
The proper opinions in my view are the opinions which are on the basis of facts and theories, and the opinions attackers are capable of attacking points in the books but not simply generally heap up insults.
The proper opinions in my view are saying "This is my suggestion, and my personal view for your consideration /option." something like this, instead of instructing, "Don't do" or "Do". If so, I will be happy to listen to and seriously consider. And I will highly values such opinions, otherwise I will trash them.
Of course, in the writing of mine here,these are my personal opinions too.I never try to shove them down to the readers' throats, and ask them to accept or follow. Take it or leave it, it is up to you. I will leave to your sensible judgement I respect.
But if anyone tries to communicate with me, I would request so. This is my boundaries. And meanwhile I would respect the boundaries of other people if they request anything. This is mutual respects. Or I would likely leave them alone.
To be continued.