How to respond sweetly to hatred - Kirtstie Alley @kirstiealley

This is based on the following Twitter interactions:

@toddkkk_sc: Kirstie are you still a scientologist? Is that a cult?
@kirstiealley: No its a nightclub

@toddkkk_sc: Kirstie hahaha! are you still going to the nightclub?

@kirstiealley: I"m the DJ

It is ridiculous when people question other people's faith or absence thereof (see the photo). Such people need to be ignored. But even better is when someone gives them a response that is befitting the hatred that sparked the question. I love that kind of singing. Responding sweetly without is more beautiful than ignoring plainly.

I don't believe in scientology. But I believe every individual has the right to believe whatever they want to. There should be no prohibition on thinking. There can't be.

At the same time, I don't believe in remaining quiet on such hatred or bullying. I believe in standing up for your own right as well as others. But there is no reason to get agitated. Its best to remain pleasant. Because the world knows. It is transparent to humanity who is being intolerant. And its your prerogative to speak out against intolerance. The purpose of life is to sing. Sing sweetly against hatred.


  1. Hatred and questioning are two different things. Many religious people use the 'hatred' line to avoid answering difficult questions.

  2. If you've taken offence to the word 'cult' then you could have written about why you don't think it's a cult - it would have taken just as much time ...

    If you don't answer the question then people will keep asking ...

  3. "It's best to remain pleasant" - but some of your tweets contain foul language

  4. Are you saying that people should be denied their right to believe that Scientology is a cult? People are critical of Scientology because it fails to deliver what it promises. Not everyone is happy to play along with it.

  5. Why is it 'ridiculous to question other people's faith'?

    It worries me when people don't ...