I agree with what you wrote, but I also remember a couple of years ago when you had just about decided to leave Curezone because so many people were mocking/or complaining about your poor typing and spelling at the time. I was one of the people who encouraged you to stay and keep sharing your knowledge and experiences. I am sure the majority of people here are glad you finally made the decision to stay.
Few of us are so evolved that we cannot be deeply hurt by words slung at us. Frankly, I don't think I would want to become so detached from my feelings that I could not feel emotional pain. I'm afraid I would also lose compassion for others.
My faith teaches that loving one another is part of the greatest commandment. I used to struggle with this because I certainly don't feel the emotion of love for everyone I meet. Over time I have learned that treating everyone with respect and dignity is the best way we can fulfill that commandment. Simply treat others the way we want to be treated.
When we are faced with someone who does not care about whether or not he is respected as long as he has his way and say-so; I have to lean on some Southern wisdom: Don't bother arguing with a butthole, you already know what is going to come out, and you know you ain't gonna swallow it.
I have the greatest respect and admiration for Spirit and all he has done here. While I may long for the "good old days" when things were simpler and health was the main focus, I also recognize this is not my choice to make. There are many forums I never visit, other I might visit to learn what they are about, but will probably never post there.
Thankfully, just like TV and radio, I have the freedom to go where I wish and ignore the rest. I will exercise that freedom and concentrate on health issues. I just hope that I will receive the respect that I will try to give others. We will not always agree, but we can "agree to disagree" rather than fling insults and hurtful words at each other. Curezone is too valuable to abandon or turn over to the trolls and troublemakers.
I have never been a major voice or power here I doubt if I ever will be. Still I am thankful to be a part of this great Web Site.