Father, I think you misunderstood my intentions. I asked for clarification. I certainly did not assume that your ideas departed from Pope Francis's, that is why I asked. I certainly did not ask you to leave, nor would I. Perhaps you are not aware of the history of this forum. There have been members that have led others for many months by their postings only to in the end find that the leader brought others into error. I think you would agree, we are called as Christians to discern and be prudent. An online forum is a particularly difficult place to use discenment. For all I know you are a very holy saint. But if something strikes me as off when reading and praying over your meditations I don't think it is wrong to ask for clarification. To the contrary, if I reject your meditations out of hand because something doesn't sit right without asking for clarification, that would be wrong. We are called to use our intelect, the teachings of the Church, and advice of our spiritual directors and, of course, the guidance of the Holy Spirit to discern. If you do not wish to clarify when people have questions I understand. But if that is the case, each of us who read your writings will have to be especially prudent.