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In a message dated 11/14/2007 7:29:09 AM Central Standard Time, 
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> I must agree that one shouldn't always wait to be asked for help.  And
> therein lies the rub, since deciding whether or not someone who is not
> asking for help needs it anyway is wholly dependent on the beliefs of
> the prospective helper.  To go back to the religion thing: if you
> truly believe that everyone who doesn't share your faith is going to
> be damned for all eternity, how can you in good conscience *not*
> proselytize?
> 

When told to mind your own business.  Walk away.  It's simple.  My fate does 
not rest in your hands.  (This is an ongoing feud between me and a 'friend' of 
mine.)

stevo   </HTML>