It is a process of growth, and It is good that you see the problem, my brother EP.
I approach life like prayer, not Saturday or Sunday, but throughout my daily functional and seemingly non-functional states. I carry this to the work place naturally and I carry it here to Hub Pages. It is the approach of one who tries to serve. To do this with the idea of elevating or inspiring others, one may occasionally seem slightly harsh, but even this tinge must be done with love.
Someone just commented on Christ's outburst at the Temple. I am not advocating that style, but perhaps it shows that when love exists, one can sometimes take certain measures to enhance the individual's consciousness.
Integrity? I told you that I felt sad about what seemed to me, to be an implication that I know only one way, or at least I should be wary of only one way. I did not expect this from someone I believe to have as many windows in his heart, like I do. I am equally happy with the one who finds his peace in Christ, as the one who finds it elsewhere. The journey is ultimately personal.
This is just a minor example of the integrity aspect. There is also the element of we liking people to read our Hubs and so we feel that we should say nice things about theirs. Nothing wrong here, we all like to feel a sense of self-esteem, to be admired and appreciated.
Still, it is important to be our true selves and sincere in our approach to others, avoiding cynicism and bigotry where we can. This will become apparent to us, as long as we feel a sincere desire to serve and not to deliberately hurt others feelings. This does not mean that we won't, let us be practical here. But we would be doing it with sincerity of purpose; purity of intent.
This is just one way of approaching it. Finally, we can also reflect on our own Hubs as any good writers do, and in retrospect, change or add things accordingly. It is also useful to say sorry when or if we feel that we may not have not got it right. This does not diminish us, but increases others trust in us, and elevates our spirit in the eyes of God. Words are powerful, and we are all fragile.
It is easier for me to write comments and answers on Hubs, because I choose the ones I feel capable of responding to with the spirit of integrity. So you may wish to reflect on this approach. That said, we both know that Hubs are increasing all the time, traffic is great and that one cannot respond to everything. I also read and enjoy some Hubs in silence.