Kindness in thinking creates profoundness.
Kindness in giving creates love.
Never assume you have figured anyone or anything out.
Never boil someone down to a cliché and certainly not to an epithet.
Never assume that because you discover a hard question, the answer is an exit rather than renewed perspective.
Even if the answer IS an exit, be sure it is done with respect and gratitude, not with anger and insults.
Anger serves no one well and hurts many. If anger [or insults, be they sarcastic, snide or epithetic, voiced or unspoken] is your default response to discomfort in any relationship (including your relationship to faith or to the sacred), take up yoga. At least for starters.
Interview with Stephen Marsh, September 4, 2015