“Ensure that there is not any sort of impurity, derision and mockery in your gatherings. Walk on the earth good-heartedly, genially and righteously. Remember that every evil is not worth contending with. Therefore, it is essential that you inculcate the habit of forgiveness and pardon most of the time. Employ patience and forbearance and do not assault another in an unwarranted way and contain your strong emotions. If there is a discussion or a religious dialogue, conduct it with gentle speech and in a civilized manner. If someone behaves ignorantly, pay your regards and promptly leave such an assembly. You shall be identified by observance of five daily prayers and your moral demeanor. One who has a propensity towards iniquity cannot stay firm on this advice.” – Promised Messiah (December 31, 2004).