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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on June 7, 2002 13:09:26 UTC

Well expressed. Remember that we are almost always blameworthy first for allowing any situation to get out of hand. The key is Kindness or politeness has nothing to do with self-discipline or the disciplining of others by our firm stance against wrong(s). A measure of tough love is never too much. No?

No one wants to see a wrong dower just simply to wither away if there is a chance to see them through a measure of correction. No one has to punish or be punished. Punishment is usually generated from within when the conditions are restricted for the wrongdoer (after the wrong has been done) so that no further wrong can be done.

Thanks,
Jisbond

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