Mental Illness & Religion

'Amir Alzzalam

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LOL!
I think I viewed the meaning of that sentence differently than you viewed it. I meant it as:
If you haven't actually experienced something but have heard about it, don't automatically dismiss it

You probably viewed it as:
Don't dismiss what you have experienced

Am I right? The air is cleared! A mere issue of semantics!
No you are not right, in fact the reworded sentence makes it even more clear that you are assuming what I have and have not experienced. In any case, this is going nowhere and should be dropped.
 

Vasu Devan

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No you are not right, in fact the reworded sentence makes it even more clear that you are assuming what I have and have not experienced. In any case, this is going nowhere and should be dropped.
As you wish....
 
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