I'm not gonna give up on this subject and I want everyone to provide their opinions for the best to speak up, honestly. I want you all to give a moment to critically analyze this discussion and seek mostly what is highly correct. If someone said something they were completely unaware (or did not knew) it would be highly offensive towards you, would you stab them harder in the back or would you talk it over on correcting the person's harsh mistake for a settlement? Do you think you should only be seeking a resolution to yourself or for everyone involved, including you? I may have done horrible mistakes which are mostly unintentional but whenever something goes wrong, I seek resolution for everyone and I try to correct my mistakes whenever someone points them out. You think people solve situations by striving or throwing them off a bridge? Feuding does not solve anything in life, it only builds the latter; it makes you the enemy of another eye. But I'm not a quitter on socializing or befriending. If something has gone wrong, I want a resolution to it, if it's correcting my wrong side (fixing my mind). Every one of us is in the development of being a good person and something wrong will bound to come across at any moment in life -- we are the ones who provoke it. If fighting or striving is what you do to correct the situation, then think again. If words brought two worlds apart, then words can be powerful enough to bring them back to together. Which way you think its best and do you truly believe you are doing the right thing?