So I've been reflecting on past events here over the last week or so. What happened left a very bad taste in my mouth. I feel a line was crossed by invoking the law. Now I've come to view it as a bitter medicine to be used for the forum's advantage in terms of tempering frustrations, however defensive I may now feel. For me personally, it feels like it's become very difficult on the forum to have a conversation or feel a sense of community trying to bond with people. Perhaps I'm just too ooshy-smooshy wanting a warm community where debate is good but doesn't come between the warmth of community. I've tried to connect more lately, but feel like my attempts to bond aren't being acknowledged. Some people probably don't need it as they're self sufficient. I aspire to be like that, but for isolated Sikhs like myself I look to the people in online communities for warmth and friendship as much as frank and open discussion. I come at this with a spirit of exploration and mutual sharing, but lately it feels one-sided and cold. I hope that by sharing my feelings openly it may help to hit the reset button on things. Guru Rakha.