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I understand your disappointment and frustration but it's not up to you to judge what is right for another person. I like Guruka Singh's answer. I would add that i think that when people see you a happy and proud Gursikh in a peaceful state of mind (rather than overcome with anger), it will go a long way to setting a good example for other people. overcoming anger is a hard thing to do, i know. but you being angry doesn't help the situation for other people, it just hurts you more.