Telling people how to live, what they can and cannot say...
That's what we do online. We might think we are simply clarifying something important - but oftentimes we are setting ourselves up as some sort of authority, judge, arbiter, advocate - or the more holier than thou excuse - exercising fraternal correction.
I had a dream I was in a cellar and there was a basilisk - though dangerous, and kind of scary, it was useful for something I was working on. It was useful so long as I controlled it. Suddenly I was distracted by something and it got away from me, I searched the cellar - which was really quite clean BTW. Crossing the cellar floor, I glanced over my shoulder and saw another basilisk - this one was much bigger and more dragon like ...
Creepy Freudian symbology, huh?
Dreams are meaningless, right? Maybe. (I love dreams.) Actually I know where all the symbols come from. I could connect each to a certain encounter or something I noticed yesterday. Nevertheless, as an artist, the symbols do mean more than the data recall my brain processed yesterday...
Without going into detail, just let me warn you: Don't go into the basement.... haaaahaaaaahaaaaa!
Actually - if I had more self knowledge the basement wouldn't be so scary.
What am I getting at?
As Christ told the disciples, "You know not of what spirit you are."
"Do not judge."
"Take the log out of your own eye first."
"The sins which defile a man come from within ..."
"And when the evil spirit returns, it finds the house swept and put in order. Then it goes and takes along seven other spirits more evil than itself, and they go in and live there; and the last state of that man becomes worse than the first."
"How can you judge what is right when you seek the approval of men?"