And let me also note your comment about Jews. This was rather offensive. Almost as though you are telling people how they should act because of who they are and what their belief system is, or cultural history is.

The saying goes, “Walk a mile in my shoes...” and you have turned this on its head, telling people how to walk in their own. Even if you once were a Jew, you've abandoned this. No, you have to walk in their shoes first. Always, before telling someone else what to do. Before giving advice. And you SHOULD BE old enough to know this. But, as you said, that doesn’t seem to be the case.

Possessor of Paul Newman eyes. Author of the straightforward & strange. “Women zai shuo ba.” Be useful; share what you can; help others always. Doctor of texts.